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In the text, you read this about the healthcare issue during Bill Clinton's presidency:

"In 1994, some 37 million Americans had no health insurance. Clinton called for a national system of health insurance for almost all Americans. After heated debate, however, Congress defeated the plan. Many Americans worried that it would be too costly and involve the government too deeply in their lives."



Based on this excerpt, which of the following statements is most opposed to Congress’ stance in 1994?



A.
The national government has a duty to directly protect individual welfare.

B.
The U.S. economy operates on free-market principles.

C.
Bill Clinton's plan for healthcare was too costly.

D.
New federal healthcare laws should not interfere too deeply in the choices people make.


Which of the following would most likely be in support of the NAFTA Agreement?

A.
a small, one-store business owner in Mexico

B.
a corporate owner in Canada looking to expand

C.
a factory owner in Mexico looking to cut labor costs

D.
a business owner in America that buys merchandise from China


Compare the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Afghanistan with the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Poland.

A.
The United States condemned Soviet policy toward both countries.

B.
The United States adopted a policy of detente in both countries.

C.
The United States supported rebels in both countries.

D.
The United States targeted Soviet missiles in both countries.


What connections existed between Gorbachev’s desire to improve the Soviet Union and the Soviet Union’s relationship to the United States?

A.
Gorbachev wanted to export manufactured goods to the United States.

B.
Gorbachev wanted to invest in new weapons systems with the United States.

C.
Their relationship had to improve for the Soviets to attract American businesses.

D.
Their relationship had to improve for the Soviets to reduce military spending.


How did the end of the Cold War contribute to the Clinton-era economic boom?

A.
People were no longer afraid and were willing to spend more money on luxury goods.

B.
Americans welcomed people from the former Soviet Union into the U.S. job market.

C.
Costly military resources did not need to be maintained at the same level.

D.
Expensive presidential visits to the Soviet Union were no longer necessary.




Which example best shows the United States as a mediator?

A.
debating human rights with China

B.
supporting democracy in the Philippines

C.
promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia

D.
encouraging the end of apartheid in South Africa

Why did nuclear arms remain a threat after the Cold War?

A.
Israel, India, and Pakistan refused to reduce their stock of nuclear weapons.

B.
The old Soviet Union was unwilling to sign START, the arms-reduction treaty.

C.
The United States had shared too much nuclear technology with now-hostile countries.

D.
North Korea had shared dangerous nuclear-weapons plans with India.


Which statement best explains why the United States supported the harsh governments of El Salvador and Guatemala?

A.
The United States benefited from an economic relationship with both countries.

B.
U.S. policy supported democracies throughout Latin America.

C.
El Salvador and Guatemala were fighting communist rebels.

D.
El Salvador and Guatemala were allies against the Sandinistas

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