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FINAL JEOPARDY Civil Rights
Final Jeopardy The organization working for equal employment opportunities for women which Betty Friedan helped found in 1966 was the
Civil Rights 1 - $100 One-time pimp and street hustler, converted to a Black Muslim while in prison. At first urged Blacks to seize their freedom by any means necessary, but later changed position and advocated racial harmony. He was assassinated in February, 1965
Civil Rights 1 - $200 Led by Bobby Seale and Huey Newton, they believed that racism was an inherent part of the U. S. capitalist society and were militant, self-styled revolutionaries for Black Power.
Civil Rights 1 - $300 August 1963 - 200, 000 demonstrators converged on the Lincoln Memorial to hear Dr. King's speech and to celebrate Kennedy's support for the civil rights movement
Civil Rights 1 - $400 Given August 1963 from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C. by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Civil Rights 1 - $500 A slogan used to reflect solidarity and racial consciousness, used by Malcolm X. It meant that equality could not be given, but had to be seized by a powerful, organized Black community.
Civil Rights 2 - $100 In 1967, appointed the first Black Supreme Court Justice, he had led that NAACP's legal defense fund and had argued the Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas case before the Supreme Court.
Civil Rights 2 - $200 Passed by Congress in 1965, it allowed for supervisors to register Blacks to vote in places where they had not been allowed to vote before.
Civil Rights 2 - $300 In 1968, this commission, decided that the race riots were due to the formation of two different American cultures: inner -city Blacks and suburban Whites.
Civil Rights 2 - $400 This 1968 act attempted to provide Blacks with equalopportunity housing.
Civil Rights 2 - $500 In 1966, as chair of SNCC, he called to assert Black Power. Supporting the Black Panthers, he was against integration.
Vietnam War - $100 North Vietnamese leader who had led the resistance against the Japanese during WW II and at the end of the war had led the uprising against the French Colonial government. He was an ardent Communist, and became President of the North Vietnamese government established after the French withdrawal.
Vietnam War - $200 In the spring of 1954, the Viet Minh surrounded and destroyed the primary French fortress in North Vietnam and consequently the U. S. became involved in Vietnam
Vietnam War - $300 August, 1964 - After the U. S. Navy ship Maddox reportedly was fired on, the U. S. Congress passed this resolution which gave the president power to send troops to Vietnam to protect against further North Vietnamese aggression.
Vietnam War - $400 It stated that if one country fell to Communism, it would undermine another and that one would fall
Vietnam War - $500 National Guardsmen opened fire on a group of students protesting the Vietnam War
1960 s Events - $100 The Soviet Union was secretly building nuclear missile launch sites in Cuba, which could have been used for a sneakattack on the U. S. The U. S. blockaded Cuba until the U. S. S. R. agreed to dismantle the missile silos.
1960 s Events - $200 A small army of anti-Castro Cuban exiles were trained and financed by the U. S. in the hope their invasion would lead to a popular uprising to overthrow the Communist government. The invasion force landed in Southern Cuba, but received no popular support and were quickly wiped out by Castro's forces.
1960 s Events - $300 Formed by Kennedy to build up third-world nations to the point where they could manage themselves.
1960 s Events - $400 Platform for LBJ's campaign, it stressed the 5 P's: Peace, Prosperity, anti-Poverty, Prudence and Progress.
1960 s Events - $500 Enacted in 1965 - provided, under Social Security, for federal subsidies to pay for the hospitalization of sick people age 65 and over.
1970 s Events- $100 Five men arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee's executive quarters. Two White House aides were indicted; they quit, Senate hearing began in May, 1973, Nixon admitted to complicity in the burglary. In July, 1974, Nixon's impeachment began, so he resign with a disbarment.
1970 s Events- $200 A lessening of tensions between U. S. and Soviet Union. Besides disarming missiles to insure a lasting peace between superpowers, Nixon pressed for trade relations and a limited military budget. The public did not approve
1970 s Events- $300 Gave any president the power to go to war under certain circumstances, but required that he could only do so for 90 days before being required to officially bring the matter before Congress.
1970 s Events- $400 Lowered voting age to 18.
1970 s Events- $500 Peace talks between Egypt and Israel mediated by President Carter
1980 s Events- $100 Reagan's theory that if you cut taxes, it will spur the growth of public spending and improve the economy. It included tax breaks for the rich, "supply-side economics, " and "trickle down" theory.
1980 s Events- $200 Arizona state senator from 1969 to 1974, appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals in 1979. Reagan appointed her to the U. S. Supreme Court, making her the first female Justice of the Supreme Court.
1980 s Events- $300 The U. S. withdrew from the competition held in Moscow to protest the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. About 64 other nations withdrew for this and other reasons.
1980 s Events- $400 "Born-Again" Christians become politically active. The majority of Americans are moral people, and therefore a political force.
1980 s Events- $500 He pledge in 1988 during his presidential campaign to not raise taxes
Reagan's Presidency- $200 The Reagan doctrine of American activism in the Third World was most particularly exercised in the invasion of one of these two nations
Reagan's Presidency- $400 During this strike, Reagan fired the workers for violating a federal injunction
Reagan's Presidency- $600 The following were a part of what economic plan • a dramatic reduction in personal income taxes • deregulation of business and industry • tough stand against federal labor unions, such as AFL-CIO
Reagan's Presidency- $800 Members of this movement believed in the following – – Moral Majority Opponents of affirmative action Critics of “secular humanism” Citizens against increased taxes
Reagan's Presidency- $1000 Reagan was going to cut Social Security until this group spoke up and convinced him not to cut Social Security
Nixon's Presidency - $200 Nixon bombed this nation to directly hit communist headquarters
Nixon's Presidency - $400 Nixon used this organization to disrupt the Chilean economy and encourage to overthrow Chilean President Salvador Allende
Nixon's Presidency - $600 Daniel Ellsberg leaked these to the New York Times that exposed the deception that had led the United States into the Vietnam War.
Nixon's Presidency - $800 These were a part of what treaty negotiated by Henry Kissinger • The U. S. would withdraw the rest of its troops from South Vietnam • The U. S. would get back all prisoners in enemy hands • North Vietnam could keep some of its troops in South Vietnam • A promise of a cease-fire and free elections
Nixon's Presidency - $1000 In this Supreme Court Case, the Court ruled that the First Amendment prevented prior restraint of publication, even against a charge that such publication would jeopardize national security.
1990 s- $200 This agreement was signed between Mexico, United States and Canada in order to promote trade on the North American continent
1990 s- $400 George H. W. Bush appointed him as the second African American to the Supreme Court of the United States
1990 s- $600 In the 1992 election his campaign slogan was “It’s the economy, stupid”
1990 s- $800 This issue was the forefront of Clinton’s first term in office
1990 s- $1000 The most convincing evidence of a conservative trend in the U. S. politics in the late 20 th century was the ______ of 1994
Name The President - $200 • Monica Lewinsky • Impeachment • First Democrat elected for two terms since FDR
Name The President - $400 • Helsinki Accords • Pardoned Richard Nixon • Never elected to the presidency
Name The President - $600 • Did not finish his second term • Ping Pong Diplomacy • Creator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Name The President - $800 • • SALT II Treaty Iranian hostage crisis Boycotted Moscow Olympics Camp David Accords
Name The President - $1000 • Sent federal marshals and Army MPs to University of Mississippi • "Ich bin ein Berliner!" • Administration was known as Camelot
Presidential Quotes - $200 “Read My Lips, No New taxes”
Presidential Quotes - $400 “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”
Presidential Quotes - $600 “I am not a crook”
Presidential Quotes - $800 “Evil Empire”
Presidential Quotes - $1000 “Accordingly, I shall not seek, and I will not accept the nomination of my party, for another term as your president”
Grab Bag - $200 This Supreme Court decision was the first to put limits on affirmative action programs
Grab Bag - $400 This Rachel Carson book helped educated the public on the dangers of DDT, a harmful pesticide
Grab Bag - $600 To counter this organization that controlled oil production in the Middle East, the United States formed the International Energy Agency
Grab Bag - $800 The Fall of Saigon occurred under his presidency
Grab Bag - $1000 The baby-boom generation will create a major problem in the future by placing an enormous strain on this retirement system.