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Nixon’s Domestic Policy

Nixon’s Domestic Policy

Nixon’s Domestic Policy. Nixon in Person. Unlike most politicians, Richard Nixon was a reserved and remote man Many respected him for his experience and political strategies He had few close friends, and often people thought he was cold and even had a mean side with his enemies

By mari
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President Richard Nixon and his assistant, H. R. Haldeman (right), in front of White House (1969).

President Richard Nixon and his assistant, H. R. Haldeman (right), in front of White House (1969).

An Age of Limits. President Nixon reaches out to Communist nations, but leaves office disgraced by the Watergate scandal. His successors face a sluggish economy, environmental concerns, and a revolution in Iran.

By pier
(122 views)

The Nixon Administration

The Nixon Administration

The Nixon Administration. 1969-1974 The Law & Order Presidency The Politics of Paranoia. Foreign Policy. Vietnamization , Nixon Doctrine: Asia must fight its own wars. Cambodian bombing-1970 Christmas bombing—1972 Paris Peace Accords-Jan. 1973 Secret bombing of Cambodia-1973

By orinda
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Learning Objectives -6

Learning Objectives -6

Learning Objectives -6. Why congress adopted Dec. Indp . Olive Branch Petition Creation of rebel military British response- shut down trade, size merchant ships, free slaves, shell Norfolk, VA

By uyen
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The Civil War: Choosing Sides

The Civil War: Choosing Sides

Ch. 11 Sec. 1. The Civil War: Choosing Sides. After Ft. Sumter, many Southern officers had to decide if they would stay in the Union Army, or join the CSA. About 1/3 of the Union officers resigned, joined CSA. Robert E. Lee. Choosing Sides. 1. Fighting a defensive war.

By bona
(112 views)

1970’s to present

1970’s to present

1970’s to present. The Presidents. Richard Nixon Wins 1968. 1960 ‣ 1968 election represented conservative vote ‣ Most Americans wanted to end the protests, violence, counterculture, & drugs. Vietnam Ends . Accomplishments of Nixon. ‣ Vietnamization

By tabib
(137 views)

Chapter 32: An Age of Limits

Chapter 32: An Age of Limits

32.1 The Nixon Administration -Read by 1/30 32.2 Watergate: Nixon’s Downfall -Read by 2/3 32.3 The Ford and Carter Years -Read by 2/6 Iran and the Iranian Hostage Crisis -Readings will be posted online 2/11 32.4 Environmental Activism -Read by 2/13. “I am not a crook.”

By etana
(316 views)

Nixon, Ford, and Carter Years

Nixon, Ford, and Carter Years

Nixon, Ford, and Carter Years. The Nixon Administration. 1968- Entered in the Presidency Wanted to lead the nation in a conservative direction. New Federalism Distribute a portion of federal power to state and local governments. Welfare Reform Advocated the family assistance plan

By iola
(178 views)

REVOLUTIONARY WAR

REVOLUTIONARY WAR

REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Early Defeats a. British Early – British capture all of the major colonial cities – New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston b. Washington’s Retreat – Washington’s army began the retreat after the defeat of New York

By zeke
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24.1 Nixon’s Presidency

24.1 Nixon’s Presidency

24.1 Nixon’s Presidency. Nixon at Home. New Federalism attempted to give more power to the states & local govts . “revenue sharing” allows states and locals to choose how to spend federal govt. dollars Both liberals and conservatives opposed his Family Assistance Plan (FAP)

By chakra
(132 views)

American Revolution

American Revolution

American Revolution. Momentum Changing Battles. 1. Lexington and Concord, April 1775.

By kass
(111 views)

Phase II : NY & PA [1777-1778]

Phase II : NY & PA [1777-1778]

Phase II : NY & PA [1777-1778]. New York and New Jersey. New York City in Flames (1776). Washington Crossing the Delaware. Painted by Emanuel Leutze, 1851. Phase II : NY & PA [1777-1778]. Saratoga: “Turning Point” of the War?. A modern-day re-enactment. New York and New Jersey.

By hiero
(226 views)

NY & PA [1777-1778]

NY & PA [1777-1778]

NY & PA [1777-1778]. New York and New Jersey. New York City in Flames (1776). Washington Crossing the Delaware. Painted by Emanuel Leutze, 1851. NY & PA [1777-1778]. Saratoga: “Turning Point” of the War?. A modern-day re-enactment. New York and New Jersey. Valley Forge 1777-1778.

By dalit
(132 views)

The End of the American Revolution

The End of the American Revolution

The End of the American Revolution. Don Troiani , The Battle of Cowpens . Fought between the British and American colonists on January 17, 1781. An important victory for the Americans. The World Turned Upside Down?.

By vince
(138 views)

THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION

THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION

THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION. CHAPTER 32, SECTION 1. IMPORTANT TERMS. RICHARD M. NIXON NEW FEDERALISM REVENUE SHARING FAMILY ASSISTANCE PLAN SOUTHERN STRATEGY STAGFLATION O.P.E.C. REALPOLITIK DÉTENTE S.A.L.T. I TREATY. IMPORTANT DATES. 1968: NIXON ELECTED PRESIDENT 1969:

By trevor
(140 views)

Modern U.S. History Lecture #16

Modern U.S. History Lecture #16

Modern U.S. History Lecture #16. The 1970s. Themes. Watergate led to new reforms to dismantle the “Imperial Presidency.” After Watergate, Congressional Democrats tried to institute new reforms, but faced opposition from a growing conservative movement.

By cicada
(116 views)

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783. Phase I : The Northern Campaign [1775-1776]. Ethan Allen Benedict Arnold Henry Knox. Trying to get Canada to support the American cause. Bunker Hill (June, 1775). The British suffered over 40% casualties. On the Eve of the Revolution ?. Phase II :

By buffy
(254 views)

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783. Phase I : The Northern Campaign [1775-1776]. Ethan Allen Benedict Arnold Henry Knox. Trying to get Canada to support the American cause. Bunker Hill (June, 1775). The British suffered over 40% casualties. On the Eve of the Revolution ?. Phase II :

By maja
(223 views)

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783. Phase I : The Northern Campaign [1775-1776]. Ethan Allen Benedict Arnold Henry Knox. Trying to get Canada to support the American cause. Bunker Hill (June, 1775). The British suffered over 40% casualties. On the Eve of the Revolution ?. Phase II :

By ivie
(243 views)

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783

The American Revolution: 1775-1783. Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. On the Eve of the Revolution ?. Loyalist Strongholds. Washington’s Headaches.

By louisa
(226 views)

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