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LTNM Study Guide

Launching the New Millenium

Rodney King was severely beaten by police in Los Angeles. True
The 2000 presidential election was decided by electoral college votes from the state of Florida
The Immigration Act of 1990 increased the number of immigrants allowed into the United States.
In the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Congress tried to regulate the internet. True
The Chernobyl Disaster Created a huge cloud of radioactivity that drifted across Europe.
Recycling Reuses natural resources and reduces solid waste.
As president of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic, Moved Serbian settlers into Kosovo and provoked NATO to retaliate.
Republicans who signed the Contract with America asked to be thrown out of office if they broke it True
During the 1990's Americans experienced The longest and largest economic boom in history.
Experts predicted that the world's population will grow at a very fast rate during the next 25 years.
Shannon Lucid was an astronaut who broke the record for longest number of consecutive days in space for an American.
At age 77, John Glenn, served as a payload specialist on a space shuttle mission.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was more willing to compromise with the Palestinians than his predecessor Yitzhak Rabin. False
Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan, was responsible for an economic depression in the 1990's. False
Before being elected president, Bill Clinton was Arkansas Governer
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