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TEKS US History High School - H.19.C: Political Scandals

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High School - U.S. History
Social Studies
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H.19.C: Political Scandals

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  • Q1
    The incident illustrated by this cartoon increased cynicism toward the U.S. government because -
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    the Supreme Court overruled federal statutes that defined confidentiality
    the press secretary failed to keep the public informed of national policy changes
    Congress failed to pass legislation enforcing protection of privacy rights
    the president directed a conspiracy to mislead the nation
    H.19.C: Political Scandals
  • Q2
    What does President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial reflect about modern U.S. politics?
    Media outlets focus more on policy issues than on the actions of elected officials.
    Campaign finances are monitored by a regulatory agency.
    Congress conducts more thorough investigations of judicial nominees.
    Elected officials face greater scrutiny of their personal lives.
    H.19.C: Political Scandals
  • Q3
    Which headline describes a consequence of the Teapot Dome scandal?
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    H.19.C: Political Scandals
  • Q4
    This 1924 cartoon satirizes a scandal that led to -
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    widespread dissatisfaction with a lack of economic development
    public disappointment over revelations of government corruption
    public frustration with government neglect of the working class
    widespread anger over excessive partisan politics
    H.19.C: Political Scandals
  • Q5
    Which of the following was the primary reason for the trends in public confidence from 1973 to 1976?
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    The explosion aboard Apollo 13
    The Watergate scandal
    The nuclear-power accident at Three Mile Island
    The normalization of relations with China
    H.19.C: Political Scandals
  • Q6
    What was the reaction of many Americans to the Watergate scandal?
    Cynicism about government and elected politicians
    Confidence in the presidential selection process
    Discontent over the antiwar and civil rights protests
    Support for the containment of communism
    H.19.C: Political Scandals

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