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1. How did the Watergate scandal affect policies surrounding campaign finance?

A.
The federal government instituted closer controls on campaign donations.***?

B.
There were no major changes to federal policy.

C.
Congress allowed for greater campaign contributions.

D.
President Nixon’s campaign was fully compliant with campaign finance laws.

2. How might the Watergate scandal affect the average campaign?

A.
Voters were less likely to get informed.

B.
Campaign finance donations ended.

C.
Voters would be more skeptical of political promises.***?

D.
Candidates were less careful in how they ran their campaigns.

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  1. I agree.

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  2. yes A and C are correct

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