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  1. Chapter 22 and 24 Vocabulary Quiz

  2. 1. Medicare • The way seats in a legislative body are distributed among electoral districts • Provided health insurance for poor Americans • Provided health insurance for older Americans • Required that suspects be informed of their rights

  3. 2. Medicaid • The way seats in a legislative body are distributed among electoral districts • Provided health insurance for poor Americans • Provided health insurance for older Americans • Required that suspects be informed of their rights

  4. 3. Miranda Rule • The way seats in a legislative body are distributed among electoral districts • Provided health insurance for poor Americans • Provided health insurance for older Americans • Required that suspects be informed of their rights

  5. 4. apportionment • The way seats in a legislative body are distributed among electoral districts • Provided health insurance for poor Americans • Provided health insurance for older Americans • Required that suspects be informed of their rights

  6. 5. Bay of Pigs • Program in which volunteers served in developing nations • Failed attempt by the United States to oust Fidel Castro from Cuba • Standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union that could have led to nuclear war

  7. 6. Cuban Missile Crisis • Program in which volunteers served in developing nations • Failed attempt by the United States to oust Fidel Castro from Cuba • Standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union that could have led to nuclear war

  8. 7.Peace Corps • Program in which volunteers served in developing nations • Failed attempt by the United States to oust Fidel Castro from Cuba • Standoff between the United States and the Soviet Union that could have led to nuclear war

  9. 8. Great Society • major Viet Cong attack on towns, cities and American bases throughout South Vietnam • The fear that if one nation falls to communism, its neighbors will soon follow • communist guerillas • President Johnson’s domestic policy plan for a “war on poverty”

  10. 9. Domino Theory • major Viet Cong attack on towns, cities and American bases throughout South Vietnam • The fear that if one nation falls to communism, its neighbors will soon follow • communist guerillas • President Johnson’s domestic policy plan for a “war on poverty”

  11. 10. Viet Cong • major Viet Cong attack on towns, cities and American bases throughout South Vietnam • The fear that if one nation falls to communism, its neighbors will soon follow • communist guerillas • President Johnson’s domestic policy plan for a “war on poverty”

  12. 11. Tet Offensive • major Viet Cong attack on towns, cities and American bases throughout South Vietnam • The fear that if one nation falls to communism, its neighbors will soon follow • communist guerillas • President Johnson’s domestic policy plan for a “war on poverty”

  13. 12. deferment A. Person who resists fighting a war on moral or religious grounds B. Communist guerillas C. Jellied gasoline D. congressional act giving the President nearly complete control over U.S. military actions in Vietnam E. Draft exemption until college exit or graduation

  14. 13. Conscientious objector A. Person who resists fighting a war on moral or religious grounds B. Communist guerillas C. Jellied gasoline D. congressional act giving the President nearly complete control over U.S. military actions in Vietnam E. Draft exemption until college exit or graduation

  15. 14. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution A. Person who resists fighting a war on moral or religious grounds B. Communist guerillas C. Jellied gasoline D. congressional act giving the President nearly complete control over U.S. military actions in Vietnam E. Draft exemption until college exit or graduation

  16. 15. napalm A. Person who resists fighting a war on moral or religious grounds B. Communist guerillas C. Jellied gasoline D. congressional act giving the President nearly complete control over U.S. military actions in Vietnam E. Draft exemption until college exit or graduation

  17. 16. Agent Orange • supply route from North Vietnam to South Vietnam • Chemical defoliant used to expose the Viet Cong • wants to intensify war; wants withdrawal • American war crime in 1968

  18. 17. Ho Chi Minh Trail • supply route from North Vietnam to South Vietnam • Chemical defoliant used to expose the Viet Cong • wants to intensify war; wants withdrawal • American war crime in 1968

  19. 18. My Lai Massacre • supply route from North Vietnam to South Vietnam • Chemical defoliant used to expose the Viet Cong • wants to intensify war; wants withdrawal • American war crime in 1968

  20. 19. Hawk = ______ Dove = ______ • supply route from North Vietnam to South Vietnam • Chemical defoliant used to expose the Viet Cong • wants to intensify war; wants withdrawal • American war crime in 1968

  21. 20. Rolling Thunder • University where 4 students were killed by National Guard Troops • Vietnamese who followed Ho Chi Minh and fought the French • LBJ’s 3 year bombing plan • Process of replacing American soldiers with S. Vietnamese soldiers E. Cambodian communists

  22. 21. Vietnamization • University where 4 students were killed by National Guard Troops • Vietnamese who followed Ho Chi Minh and fought the French • LBJ’s 3 year bombing plan • Process of replacing American soldiers with S. Vietnamese soldiers E. Cambodian communists

  23. 22. Khmer Rouge • University where 4 students were killed by National Guard Troops • Vietnamese who followed Ho Chi Minh and fought the French • LBJ’s 3 year bombing plan • Process of replacing American soldiers with S. Vietnamese soldiers E. Cambodian communists

  24. 23. Kent State • University where 4 students were killed by National Guard Troops • Vietnamese who followed Ho Chi Minh and fought the French • LBJ’s 3 year bombing plan • Process of replacing American soldiers with S. Vietnamese soldiers E. Cambodian communists

  25. 24. Vietminh A. University where 4 students were killed by National Guard Troops B. Vietnamese who followed Ho Chi Minh and fought the French C. LBJ’s 3 year bombing plan D. Process of replacing American soldiers with S. Vietnamese soldiers E. Cambodian communists