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Richard Nixon President from 1968 to 1974. although he opened up relations with China, he was forced to resign in disgrace.
Gerald Ford became vice president in 1973 and president in 1974 without being elected to either office.
Jimmy Carter president from 1976 to 1980. Energy crisis and Iran hostage crisis ruined his presidency.
Ayatollah Khomeini Iranian religious leader responsible for the 1978 revolution, overthrow of the Shah, and the Americans taken hostage at the Embassy in Tehran.
judges President Nixon tried to restore law and order by appointing more conservative Supreme Court....
tape recorder If Nixon was able to to back in time and remove one item from the White House prior to the Watergate scandal, it would probably be...
Watergate building complex in Washington DC that housed the National Democratic Party headquarters
Created by: Freshmensphs