Kennedy's New Frontier (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
This 1962 case involved the redistribution of legislative districts so that it reflected the population trend. The federal courts had avoided the issue, but ruled that over-represented rural districts should be eliminated.
This U. S.-Soviet agreement called for the end of atmospheric testing of nuclear devices.
The U. S. government agency which sought to assist developing countries by sending American volunteers to teach and to provide technical assistance.
Kennedy's Attorney General and his most controversial cabinet appointee.
The U. S. Supreme Court declared that evidence obtained in violation of the search and seizure provisions of the Fourth Amendment were inadmissible in court.
The policy that JFK used when dealing with the Communist Bloc. It called for the preparation of more conventional weapons to be used against Soviet aggression, since nuclear weapons were to be used only as a last resort.
This African American Air Force veteran of the Korean War attempted to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi, but was denied admission because he was black. Five thousand federal troops had to be sent so that he could register.
Cuban exiles, secretly trained by the C. I. A. and supplied by the U. S. government, attempted to invade the island and overthrow Castro's Communist government there.
The program of economic aid to Latin American countries initiated by President Kennedy to build on the good will established by FDR's Good Neighbor Policy.
President Kennedy's Secretary of State who said during the Cuban Missile Crisis: We're eyeball to eyeball, and I think the other fellow just blinked.
Erected by the East German government to prevent an embarrassing "Brain Drain" to the West, it was here that JFK assured the West Germans and peoples fighting Communism throughout the world that the U. S. would continue to protect them from Soviet aggression.
The Supreme Court ruled that the reciting of an official prayer in a public school was illegal.
This 1962 U. S.-Soviet confrontation was the closest the world ever came to global thermal nuclear war.
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