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US hist 12.3

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George W. Bush President from 2000-2008. Sent troops to both Afghanistan and Iraq as part of the war on terrorism.
Osama bin Laden Leader of Al-Qaeda terrorist group, responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Al Gore Won the popular vote but lost the election in the controversial 2000 presidential election.
Saddam Hussein Former dictator of Iraq, tried by an Iraqi court and hanged.
computer one of the most important forms of technology in the information revolution of the 1990s.
Florida State where recounts were required in the 2000 presidential election.
Latin America U.S. immigration at the beginning of the 21st century differs from one hundred years ago in that most present-day immigrants come from Asia and ....
Homeland Security As a result of 9/11, George W. Bush created this new cabinet-level department to coordinate anti-terrorist activities.
3000 Approximate number of Americans that died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
77 Current life expectancy in the US.
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