Unlike his predecessors Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush, President Bill Clinton

Unlike his predecessors Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush, President Bill Clinton.
 In the 2000 presidential election,   
 only forty percent of eligible voters voted. George Bush eventually was named the winner, with only three electoral votes separating him and Al Gore. it could be argued that most voters were voting against either George W. Bush or Al Gore, rather than for either of them. most people polled said that they were disgusted with politics in general.   
  
   
   

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 Which of these was true of the 1996 election?   
 Bob Dole was the Republican candidate, and he campaigned on his experience and age. The Democrats were free to focus on getting Clinton reelected without opposition, while the Republicans had to battle each other to determine a candidate. The entry of H. Ross Perot into the campaign, as in 1992, helped ensure Clinton’s victory. Clinton became the first Democrat since Harry Truman to be elected to two terms as president.   

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 It was clear from the 2000 election that   
Answers:fraud had definitely occurred somewhere along the line. a three-party system was the way of the future. the nation was pretty much split along the lines of social liberals vs. Republican defenders of pre-1960s morality. George W. Bush entered the White House with a great deal of “political capital.”   

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 Which of the following is true about the Republican house majority under Newt Gingrich’s leadership?   
Answers:The Senate rejected many of their proposals. Clinton vetoed a number of items that made it through the Senate. Clinton conceded one of their most important principles when he said in a State of the Union speech that “the era of big government is over.” All of these choices.   

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 Which of these is descriptive of the nation’s economy during the last half of the 1990s?   
 Unemployment remained high. Between 1997 and 1999, the GDP grew at a rate of six percent. The average price of stocks more than tripled and the economy improved during the decade. Clinton received a great deal of credit for the improvements in the economy, especially since he had to deal with a Republican Congress.   

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 Most illegal immigrants to America in the decades after 1965 were from   
 China. Southeast Asia. Latin America, but especially from Cuba. Latin America, but especially from Mexico.   

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 Bill Clinton took office with a decidedly centrist world view, as evidenced by his   
Answers:support for globalization. liberal social principles and conservative economic views. strong relationship with the former president, George H.W. Bush. centrist Supreme Court nominees.   

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 Monica Lewinsky will long be remembered for having had an affair with President Bill Clinton while she served as   
Answers:a page in the Senate. a White House intern. liaison to the Senate majority leader. Newt Gingrich’s personal assistant.   

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 Which of these views did Bill Clinton not espouse as he campaigned for the presidency?   
 Support for tough anticrime measures Anti-NAFTA Advocacy of welfare reform Support for the Head Start program   

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 The word that would best describe what took place in corporate America during the 1990s would be   
 competition. consolidation. monopoly. innovation.   

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 Unlike his predecessors Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush, President Bill Clinton   
Answers:was reluctant to intervene in foreign conflicts. had to learn the art of political compromise. was a fiscal conservative at heart. could just ignore the events that were unfolding in Africa and the Balkan.   

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 During his confirmation hearings, Clarence Thomas had to defend himself against charges of   
 income tax evasion. taking bribes. sexual harassment. shady real estate dealings.   

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 Which of the following was NOT affected by the government shutdown in 1995?   
Answers:national parks federal agencies state and local parks national museums   

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 The 2000 presidential election effectively ended when   
Answers:the state of Florida had completed its manual recount. the United States Supreme Court ordered the halt of the Florida recount in a 5 to 4 decision. the poll booths closed on election day. None of these choices.   

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 Which of the following was true of the 1994 election?   
 The Republicans gained a net total of sixty seats in the House. The House came under the control of the Republicans for the first time since Eisenhower was president. Though the Republicans gained a great many seats in Congress, the Democrats managed to maintain a substantial majority in the Senate. Though the Republicans gained a great many seats in Congress, Clinton managed to reach across the aisle and reach many agreements with them, especially after their ill-conceived plan to shut down the federal government to show their disagreements over the budget.   

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Unlike his predecessors Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush, President Bill Clinton

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