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Abeka U.S. History 8

Ch. 22

The worship of nature pantheism
Term for the poorest nations vulnerable to Communism Third World
The theory that states that once one country falls to Communism, the other countries in the area will fall as well. Domino Theory
Founder of Wal-Mart Sam Walton
Atheist and Communist who used her son in court to remove Bible reading and prayer from the public schools. Madalyn Murray O'Hair
The devastating North Vietnamese offensive begun on a Buddhist holiday Tet Offensive
The university in Ohio where angry and violent demonstrations ended in the death of four students Kent State
He assassinated Robert F. Kennedy Sirhan Sirhan
Communist guerrillas that terrorized South Vietnam Viet Cong
North Vietnamese navy allegedly attacked American ships in this Vietnamese gulf Gulf of Tonkin
Headed the Department of Housing and Urban Development Robert Weaver
Russian exile and author Alexander Solzhenitsyn
President who presided over the Camp David Accord Jimmy Carter
First man to step foot on the moon Neil Armstrong
Built up American power in Vietnam to 500,000 men Lyndon Johnson
First black Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall
National Security Adviser to Nixon Henry Kissinger
Revolutionary leader of Iran Ayatollah Khomeini
Third party candidate in two Presidential elections George Wallace
First President to resign from office Richard Nixon
Lawyer's group that forces Christianity out of public life ACLU
Monopoly that controls the production and cost of oil OPEC
Department created by Johnson to improve housing conditions HUD
Required federal supervision of local elections Voting Rights Act
Site of a nuclear accident Three Mile Island
Easing of tensions between the United States and U.S.S.R. detente
Arms agreement between the U.S.S.R. and the United States SALT
Social welfare program of President Johnson Great Society
Presidential cover-up of an illegal break-in Watergate
Prohibited discrimination when selling houses Fair Housing Act
This anti-Communist leader was overthrown by Iranian rebels Shah of Iran
The Yom Kippur War was fought between the Arabs and this country Israel
The Muslim promoter of "black power" and segregation in the Civil Rights movement Malcom X
Israel won a strong victory in this war in 1967 Six Day War
This Vice President was forced to resign because of his tax evasion an bribe-taking Spiro Agnew
The controversial Supreme Court decision legalized abortion. Roe v. Wade
What country was overrun by the Communists in 1975 South Vietnam
The Camp David Accords was a peace agreement between Israel and this nation Egypt
The secular humanist who promoted progressive education John Dewey
African-American Vietnam war hero Chappie James
The southern third of the nation that experienced a population increase due to its warm climate Sunbelt
A revolution in this country brought the Sandinistas to power, a Communist group opposed by the Contras. Nicaragua
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