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1. The legislative agenda of Carter Administration during its first two years:
A. was successful
B. was criticized by many cabinet members for not attempting to introduce enough important legislation.
C. was criticized by Congressional leaders for attempting to pass too much legislation without giving time for deliberation.
D. was well received by the Congressional leadership who were eager for work to do, but became bogged down because of fears of war.
I chose answer choice C but I'm not sure.

2. Soviet-US relations during the Carter Administration:
A. were a time when nothing significant happened.
B. initially cooled because Carter pressed the Soviets on their human rights record.
C. warmed because the US voluntarily limited the building of strategic weapons systems.
D. reached a capstone when the SALT II Treaty became law.
I chose answer choice B but I'm not sure.

3. The economic policy of the Reagan Administration:
A. promised tax cuts and a lower deficit.
B. stressed tax increases with decreased government spending.
C. stressed tax cuts only
D. successfully lowered the federal deficit without tax cuts.
I chose answer choice C but I'm not sure.

4. Large transportation industries in the late 1970s:
A. became less regulated by the government.
B. became more regulated by the government.
C. lost their special status given to them since WWII.
D. favored more government intervention in business.
I choice answer choice A but I'm not sure.

  • US History -

    3A is a better answer, but the lower deficit promise did not happen. I think your other choices are correct.

  • US History -

    okay thanks :)

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