e. greater unity among all religious groups, especially Christians.

Nixon’s agreement to sell excess American wheat to the Soviet Union

Select one:

a. was successful because the U.S. president came with Chinese recommendation to Moscow.

b. made the SALT agreements unnecessary.

c. angered American farmers committed to anticommunism.

d. opened up improved relations with the Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev.

e. highlighted the fact that the Soviet economy was doing well enough to afford such an extra good.

Nixon’s vice president, Spiro Agnew, resigned from office after admitting to

Select one:

a. illegal taping of White House conversations.

b. an extramarital affair.

c. participating in the planning of the Watergate burglary.

d. tax evasion and bribery.

e. ordering illegal surveillance of reporters who had been hounding him.

The gay liberation movement considers this its first spark of activism:

Select one:

a. the election of Harvey Milk as Mayor of San Francisco.

b. the police raid on the Stonewall Inn.

c. the Gay Power sit-in at New York’s city hall.

d. the alliance with the women’s liberation movement.

e. the first national conference for gay rights in 1971.

The action(s) that Gerald Ford took which cost him widespread public support was/were

Select one:

a. his pardon of Spiro Agnew.

b. his direct meeting with Ho Chi Minh.

c. his decision to attempt to try Nixon.

d. his pardon of Richard Nixon.

e. his fumbling speeches that made him a laughingstock across America.

The event that signaled growing awareness of the environment in the 1970s was

Select one:

a. All of these choices.

b. the inauguration of the national parks movement.

c. the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

d. the celebration of the first Earth Day.

e. publication of Rachel Carson’s book, Silent Spring.

The Watergate scandal began with a break-in at the

Select one:

a. National Review.

b. Democratic National Committee headquarters.

c. National Endowment for the Arts headquarters.

d. Washington Post.

e. Republican National Headquarters.

The rise of the religious right in the 1970s brought

Select one:

a. a new economics of egalitarianism.

b. None of these choices.

c. a widely shared and new understanding of the meaning of conservatism.

d. a public aspect of faith that reflected the growing influence of the South on American culture.

e. greater unity among all religious groups, especially Christians.

During the 1970s, women struggling to achieve equality in the corporate world began to use this term to describe the point beyond which they could not be accepted into a male-dominated world:

Select one:

a. glass ceiling

b. iron curtain

c. problem with no name

d. tipping point

e. velvet curtain

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