Nixon & the Imperial Presidency (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
Student protest over President Nixon's bombing of Cambodia in 1970 ended in tragedy here when several were killed by National Guardsmen trying to break up their protests.
A 1972 agreement between the superpowers to limit the production of specific types of nuclear weapons.
President Nixon's policy of reducing the number of U. S. troops in South Vietnam coupled with the strengthening of the South Vietnam armed forces.
A federal agency for enforcing U. S. laws to protect the nation's land, air, and water from pollution.
The White House "plumber" who plotted the Watergate break-in, he currently is the host of a right-wing conservative radio talk show.
President Nixon's policy of giving the states greater responsibility for controlling welfare and other government programs.
Nixon's Vice President, he was forced to resign when it was discovered that he had taken bribes from contractors when he was governor of Maryland and was still receiving "kick-backs" while Vice President.
A term used to describe the economy during Nixon's presidency because business was not growing and inflation was rising out of control.
This Defense Department official leaked the Pentagon Papers to the press. Nixon had his office burglarized by White House "plumbers", seeking damaging evidence against him.
President Nixon secretly funneled $10 million through the C. I. A. to overthrow this president of Chile because of his anti-American policies. He was eventually assassinated by a leftist in the Chilean military in 1973.
The relaxation of strained political relations and Cold War tensions between the superpowers.
President Nixon's policy of telling Asian countries that they would be responsible for their own military defense in the future.
This 1973 legislation had Congress place strict limits on a President's power to engage in a foreign war without Congressional consent.
He was the judge who presided over the trial of Watergate burglars.
The White House counsel who refused to play the role of scapegoat and revealed President Nixon's involvement in the cover-up by saying that there was a cancer on the Presidency.
They ended the war between North Vietnam and the U. S. in 1973.
This Watergate Special Prosecutor was fired by Richard Nixon for demanding the release of the President's tapes.
Nixon's Attorney General and head of CREEP, he was later jailed for his role in Watergate.
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