Unit 10 Test Review. GPS U.S. History. SSCG 25. Changing Political Ideologies: Carter-Bush. First U.S. President to resign from office?. Richard Nixon. Changing Political Ideologies: Carter-Bush. Nixon was successful in doing this?. Opening China.
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GPS U.S. History
First U.S. President to resign from office?
Nixon was successful in doing this?
Nixon opened China by using this foreign policy?
Nixon was forming good relations with China in order to use China as?
Leverage in negotiating with Soviet Union
Nixon tried to cover-up his advisors being involved in the Break-in of the Democratic National headquarters?
Watergate had this affect on the opinion of the U.S. people about government?
Distrust of Government
This person became President of the United States when Richard M. Nixon resigned?
This was Ford’s first official act as President of the United States?
President Ford also did this while in office?
Granted Amnesty to Draft Dodgers
This President tried to bring peace to the Middle East?
This was a meeting set up by Carter with Egyptian President and Israeli Prime Minister in 1978 to sign a peace treaty?
Camp David Accords
The Egyptian President that met at the Camp David Accords?
The Israeli Prime Minister that met at the Camp David Accords?
The Shah of Iran (Friend of U.S.) was ousted by Muslim religious leader Ayatollah Khomeini?
Iranian Revolution 1979
President Carter allowed this person into the U.S. to receive medical treatment which caused an outrage in Iran?
Shah of Iran
Iranian revolutionaries invaded U.S. embassy in Iran and took 52 American Captives to retaliate to the Shah in the U.S.?
Iranian Hostage Crisis
Conservative President in the 1980s that wanted to decrease the size and role of the federal government?
Economic theory to cut social welfare programs, give tax cuts to business, and increase Defense spending?
In short, the main goal of Reaganomics was to?
Stimulate the U.S. economy by cutting taxes
In Reaganomics, this term refers to workers benefiting from the increase in business profits?
Trickle Down Economics
This group of people was hurt by Reaganomics Budget Cuts?
Lower income Americans
Reagan’s biggest failure in international policy; Used profits from gun sales to Iran to fund a rebellion in Nicaragua?
This individual accepted most of the blame for the Iran Contra Affair during Reagan’ administration?
This was President Reagan’s biggest International success?
Collapse of the Soviet Union / End of the Cold War
President Reagan became friends with Soviet Prime Minister Mikhail Gorbachev and Reagan gets credit for this?
Fall of Berlin Wall
Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) to implement satellites in Space to be an anti-missile system defense was called ?
Second President of the United States to be Impeached?
President Clinton and the leaders of Canada and Mexico signed this to remove trade barriers between their countries?
NAFTA stands for this?
North American Free Trade Agreement
NAFTA provided this to Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.?
Free Trade (tariff free) trade zone
Opponents (people who disagreed) with NAFTA believed it would do this?
Send Jobs to Mexico / Harm the Environment
This is what President Bill Clinton was impeached for?
Lying under Oath
President Bill Clinton was impeached for this because he asked Monica to lie?
Obstruction of Justice
The importance of this was emphasized in the 2000 Presidential Election?
Twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, & the Pentagon were attacked by Terrorists on this day?
September 11, 2001
The terroristic attack in 2001 is known as?
This Person was President of the United States during 9/11?
George W. Bush
U.S. Congress declared war on this after 9/11?
War on Terror
This terrorist group was responsible for 9/11 attacks?
Leader of the terrorist group was responsible for 9/11 attacks?
Osama Bin Laden
U.S. invaded this nation to eliminate Al Qaeda Training Camps?
This was the name of the invasion of Afghanistan?
Operation Enduring Freedom
U.S. invaded this nation to prevent Saddam Hussein from providing Al-Qaeda terrorists with Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)?
This was the name of the invasion of Iraq?
Operation Iraqi Freedom