Course 202040 Fall 2020 HIUS 445-B01 LUO Test Exam 3 Started 9/10/20 11:21 AM Submitted 9/10/20 11:41 AM Due Date 9/14/20 11:59 PM Status Needs Grading Attempt Score Grade not available. Time Elapsed 20 minutes out of 45 minutes Instructions Time limit: 45 minutes 31 true/false, multiple-choice,and short answer questions Open-book/open-notes Do not hit the BACK button as this will lock you out of the exam. The timer will continue if you leave this exam without submitting it. Results Displayed Submitted Answers, Feedback Question 1 1.5 out of 1.5 points This former Democrat and Texas Governor was a leading contender for the Republican nomination in 1980. He waged a national campaign instead of a local, primary state to primary state one, and fell out of the race incredibly fast. Selected Answer: John Connally Question 2 1.5out of 1.5 points In his first year in office, Reagan subordinated every issue to foreign affairs. Reaching an arms control agreement with the Soviets was his top priority. Selected Answer: Fals e Question 3 1.5 out of 1.5 points Reagan was dethatched from the legislative effort of this economic program in 1981. Indeed, he did very little to secure its passage. The only reason it did pass was because of sympathy for the President after the assassination attempt. Selected Answer: Fals e Question 4 0 out of 1.5 points This Republican would have complicated Reagan’s chances at winning the nomination in 1980 had he decided to run. While he and Reagan had a tense relationship, he ultimately decided not to enter the primaries and expressed support for Reagan. Selected Answer:
Question 5 0 out of 1.5 points NOT one of the “troika” of Reagan’s first term—i.e. those White House aides who almost acted as “deputy presidents.” Selected Answer: Question 6 1.5 out of 1.5 points This Office of Management and Budget Director was a key figure in securing Reagan’s economic agenda in 1981. He ultimately, however, became cynical of “trickle-down
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