The most extreme case of resurgent ethnic and religious hostility to emerge

The most extreme case of resurgent ethnic and

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54.The most extreme case of resurgent ethnic and religious hostility to emerge from the collapse of Communist authority in Europe was in 55.The leading political pressure group voicing feminist demands in the 1970s and 1980s was 56.César Chávez's efforts to organize migrant farm workers involved all of the following EXCEPT 57.The affirmative-action guidelines of the 1960s led to all of the following by the 1980s EXCEPT
58.Busing was an important issue in society in the 1970s for all of the following reasons EXCEPT it Your Answer: 59.Native Americans in the 1960s and 1970s increased national awareness of their exploitation by all of the following EXCEPT Your Answer: 60.The result of the "termination" policy for Native Americans was 61.Inflation of the U.S. economy during the Nixon administration can be attributed to which of the following factors?
62.Nixon’s opponent in the presidential election of 1972 was Your Answer: 63.After the presidential election of 1968, this man, known as “El Supremo,” was appointed attorney general by Nixon. 64.The take-over of the American embassy in ________ in November 1979 confirmed the perceptions in the minds of many that the United States had declined as a world power. 65.With the economy in a tailspin and America in retreat abroad, Jimmy Carter was trounced by ___________ in the 1980 election, signaling an important sea-shift in American politics.
66.Noting that plants emit carbon dioxide, Ronald Reagan argued that 67.Although the 1980s saw the creation of 20 million new jobs, most of these were 68.Much of the conservative power base in the 1980s was made up of 69.Once the extent of the HIV-AIDS epidemic became known 70.The man who replaced Richard Nixon in the White House after his resignation was the longtime
congressman from Michigan Your Answer: 71.Gerald Ford's popularity plummeted and never recovered after he Your Answer: 72.In the 1970s, Americans wrestled with a terrible new economic scourge calledYour Answer: 73.A maquiladorasis 74.Nothing revealed Americans' economic vulnerability more than the 1973-1974 boycott initiated by the
75.In 1973 scientists announced that the thinning of the ozone layer was attributable to 76.In the wake of the Vietnam war and Watergate, Jimmy Carter based his presidential campaign on 77.Jimmy Carter attempted to replace indiscriminate anticommunism with the promotion of ____________ as the main theme in international affairs. 78.Responding to increasing energy needs, workers completed the ______________ in 1977.

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