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Last Test. 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s All matching in sections No essay! You’re welcome!. Test Review—70s. Nixon Ford Carter Stagflation Bicentennial OPEC Camp David Accords Watergate Iran Amnesty. Test Review—70s. Nixon— ended Vietnam, détente with USSR and China

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last test
Last Test
  • 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s
  • All matching in sections
  • No essay!
  • You’re welcome!
test review 70s
Test Review—70s
  • Nixon
  • Ford
  • Carter
  • Stagflation
  • Bicentennial
  • OPEC
  • Camp David Accords
  • Watergate
  • Iran
  • Amnesty
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Test Review—70s
  • Nixon—ended Vietnam, détente with USSR and China
  • Ford—selected not elected, pardoned Nixon
  • Carter—boycotted summer Olympics
  • Stagflation—economic downturn with inflation
  • Bicentennial—Happy 200th Birthday USA!
  • OPEC—Arab oil cartel that embargoed US
  • Camp David Accords—Israel and Egypt, Nobel Prize for Carter
  • Watergate—scandal that led to Nixon’s resignation
  • Iran—Hostage Crisis in Iran during Carter’s administration
  • Amnesty—pardon to Vietnam War draft dodgers
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80s
  • Reagan
  • Bush
  • Gorbachev
  • Geraldine Ferraro
  • Reaganomics
  • Moral Majority
  • Space Shuttle
  • Equal Rights Amendment
  • Earth Day
  • Conservative
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80s
  • Reagan—Two term Republican, Morning in America, Great Communicator, Iran-Contra Affair
  • Bush—VP under Reagan, elected President in 1988
  • Gorbachev—End of Cold War leader of USSR
  • Geraldine Ferraro—VP nominee in 1984
  • Reaganomics—trickle down economic philosophy of 80s
  • Moral Majority—religious supporters of Reagan
  • Space Shuttle—NASA greatest accomplishment of 80s
  • Equal Rights Amendment—proposed amendment outlawing gender discrimination—did not pass
  • Earth Day—environmental awareness led to this
  • Conservative—political philosophy of the 80s
slide6
90s
  • GHW Bush--
  • Clinton--
  • Ross Perot--
  • Somalia--
  • Economy--
  • Impeachment--
  • Persian Gulf War--
  • Saddam Hussein--
  • Bosnia--
  • Newt Gingrich--
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90s
  • GHW Bush—President during Persian Gulf War and Panama
  • Clinton—Elected in 1992 focusing on economy
  • Ross Perot—third party candidate, 92 and 96
  • Somalia—East Africa--Clinton sent troops
  • Economy—prosperity during 90s
  • Impeachment—1997—charges against Clinton
  • Persian Gulf War—Operation Desert Storm—pushing Iraq out of Kuwait
  • Saddam Hussein—leader of Iraq, invaded Kuwait leading to war
  • Bosnia—Southern Europe—Clinton sent troops
  • Newt Gingrich—Republican Speaker of the House, “Contract with America”
2000s
2000s
  • GW Bush
  • Gore
  • Sarah Palin
  • World Trade Center
  • Pentagon
  • McCain
  • Hillary Clinton
  • Obama
  • Kerry
  • Romney
  • Recession
  • Tea Party
  • Iraq
  • Afghanistan
  • Osama Bin Laden
  • September 11, 2001
2000s1
2000s
  • GW Bush—Supreme Court named him President
  • Gore—VP under Clinton
  • Sarah Palin—VP nominee in 2008
  • World Trade Center—attacked on 9-11, NYC
  • Pentagon—attacked on 9-11, Defense Dept.
  • McCain—Republican candidate in 2008
  • Hillary Clinton—Ran for President in 2008, former Sec of State
  • Obama—elected in 2008, 2010
  • Kerry—ran for Pres. In 2004, current Sec. of State
  • Romney—Ran for President in 2012
  • Recession—economic downturn since 2008
  • Tea Party—Conservative branch of the Republican Party
  • Iraq—War in 2003 to present
  • Afghanistan—War in 2001 to present
  • Osama Bin Laden—terrorist behind 9-11, killed in 2011
  • September 11, 2001—terrorist attack on U.S. by Al Qaeda and Taliban
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