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The House Judiciary Committee issued three articles of impeachment against President Nixon. What were they? abuse of power obstruction of justice lying under oath treasonous activities Constitutional misconduct contempt of Congress
Weegy: answer is : the abuse of his power as President, obstruction of justice, and contempt of Congress 1974 the House Judiciary Committee agreed three articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon. [ Nixon was charged with the abuse of his power as President, obstruction of justice, and contempt of Congress Read more: ] User: The South Vietnamese invaded with American air support. User: What was the goal of creating a year-long daylight savings time during the oil embargo? to make it a hassle for everyone to lessen the gasoline lines to lower the consumption of oil to change the time people drove Weegy: The answer is C)to lower the consumption of oil User: Why did Nixon begin the bombing of Cambodia? to weaken the Communists' ability to fight to pressure the South Vietnamese to negotiate to create thousands of Cambodian refugees to destroy Cambodian territory Weegy: to pressure the South Vietnamese to negotiate User: Why did the South Vietnamese dislike Vietnamization? They wanted to call it De-Americanization. It seemed like their ally was abandoning them. It forced them to become too American. They did not want a division of their nation. Weegy: The South Vietnamese disliked Vietnamization because it seemed like their ally was abandoning them. User: The big break in the Watergate scandal came when Alexander Butterfield revealed that _____. Spiro Agnew was really at the bottom of all the controversy Nixon had kept a series of secret tapes of his meetings he was the informant giving details to the press President Nixon actually knew nothing about the break-in Weegy: The big break in the Watergate scandal came when Alexander Butterfield revealed that Nixon had kept a series of secret tapes of his meetings. User: During the Watergate scandal, the two reporters who broke the details, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, worked for the _____. New York Post D.C. Sentinel Washington Post New York Times Weegy: The Washington ... (More)
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The 1973 oil embargo was aimed primarily at the United States and the . User: What did President Gerald Ford do that was so controversial early in his administration? He pardoned former President Nixon. He made sure Nixon was found guilty. He destroyed all the Watergate tapes. He pardoned all the conspirators.
Weegy: He got off on the wrong track by immediately pardoning Richard Nixon User: What happened at Kent State University in May of 1970? Students demonstrated in Washington, D.C. Students registered for fall semester classes. National Guardsmen killed four students. Faculty members protested Johnson's policies. Weegy: National Guardsmen killed four students. [ ] User: The Yom Kippur War was fought between Israel and what two primary nations? Jordan Saudi Arabia Egypt Syria Weegy: The Yom Kippur War was fought between Israel and Egypt and Syria. User: Which of the following nations were original OPEC members? Saudi Arabia Brazil Great Britain Venezuela Kuwait User: The last leader of South Vietnam was _____. Nguyen Van Thieu Duong Van Minh Tran Van Huong Ngo Dinh Nhu Weegy: The last leader of South Vietnam was B. Duong Van Minh User: The U.S. evacuated Vietnamese _____. who spoke English as a second language who had family already in the United States whose lives were at risk if they stayed behind who were wounded or in need of medical care Weegy: the U.S. evacuated Vietnamese whose lives were at risk if they stayed behind. (More)
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What is the name of the treaty that ended World War I? Treaty of Vienna Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versa Treaty of Vulcan
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Treaty Versailles is the name of the treaty that ended World War I.
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Who was the first woman to ever be appointed a Supreme Court justice? Ruth Ginsberg Maureen O'Connor Kristine Cecava Sandra Day O'Connor
Weegy: Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman to ever be appointed a Supreme Court justice. Ronald Reagan nominated the first female member of the US Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor, in 1981. [ She was sworn in on September 25, 1981, and retired in 2006. Read more: ] User: Which of the following were important domestic issues that Reagan faced in his second term in office? the economy immigration HIV/AIDS money surplus Weegy: Which of the following were important domestic issues that Reagan faced in his second term in office? Answer: HIV/AIDS User: How many times did President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev meet in high-level meetings toward the end of the Cold War? twice four five seven (More)
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The leader of Iraq, , instigated the Iran-Iraq War. User: President was responsible for signing the SALT I treaty in 1974. User: What two nations loaned money to finance Saddam Hussein during the Iran-Iraq War? Syria Saudi Arabia Egypt Kuwait
Weegy: The answer is Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. User: The government of Nicaragua had been fighting the rebels during the Reagan years. User: First Lady began the "Just Say No" program against drugs. User: Which of the following were reasons why the Soviet Union was in such dire economic straits during the later 1980s? drastically higher cost of oil imports the protracted Afghanistan War a series of failed economic programs its Capitalistic economy was failing fast increasing amounts of defense spending Weegy: Reagan and Gorbachev held four summits together. User: The recent has replaced the Soviet Mir as an orbiting space station. User: Ronald Reagan came down with five years after leaving office and died from it ten years later. Weegy: Ronald Reagan came down with Alzheimer's five years after leaving office and died from it ten years later. (More)
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