Study Guide: Domestic and International Challenges of the 1970s and 1980s



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Study Guide: Domestic and International Challenges of the 1970s and 1980s
Feminism

New Right



Roe v Wade

Equal Rights Amendment

Betty Friedan

Consciousness-raising sessions

Gloria Steinem

National Organization for Women

Phyllis Schlafy

Modern feminist movement

Civil Rights Act of 1964

1973 and OPEC nations’ actions

Reasons for and effects of Nixon’s trip to China

The Saturday Night Massacre

Gerald Ford

President Carter’s foreign policy & human rights

The Camp David Accords: what was it? When? Why? Significant points?

philosophy of realpolitik

policy of détente

1980s conservatives and their views on government

Effects of Reaganomics

Entitlement programs

The theory of supply-side economics & Reaganomics

The Watergate scandal

CREEP

unedited tapes (Watergate Scandal)



Lasting effects of Watergate

Richard M. Nixon

John Dean

John Erlichman

Special Prosecutor (Watergate)

John Sirica

H.R. Haldeman

Reelection campaign director

John Mitchell

Edited transcripts (Watergate)

Nixon’s impeachment charges agreed upon by the House Judiciary Committee

“All the President’s Men” and the Watergate Scandal main ideas, plot and main characters

Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini’s hatred of the United States

Shah of Iran (how did he rise to power in Iran?)



The conservative movement by 1980 (supporters)


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