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Ch 22: The 1970s (1969-1979): Homework Help

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The 1970s (1969-1979) chapter of this AP US History Homework Help course helps students complete their 1970s homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your 1970s homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample questions and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your 1970s homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • President Nixon's foreign policies
  • Conflicts in the Middle East
  • Roe vs. Wade
  • Watergate
  • Administration of President Gerald Ford
  • President Jimmy Carter's successes and failures

6 Lessons in Chapter 22: The 1970s (1969-1979): Homework Help
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Foreign Policies of President Nixon: Vietnamization & Detente

1. Foreign Policies of President Nixon: Vietnamization & Detente

After assuming office in 1969, President Richard Nixon pledged to honorably end the Vietnam War. Learn about Nixon's triangular diplomacy and Henry Kissinger's role. Discover what happened during the period of detente, President Nixon's doctrine of Vietnamization, and the Paris Peace Accords.

Conflict in the Middle East: OPEC's 1970s Oil Embargo & Its Impact

2. Conflict in the Middle East: OPEC's 1970s Oil Embargo & Its Impact

The 1970's saw a period of economic hardship, with a decrease in oil production in the United States but an increase in demand. Explore how conflict in the Middle East, OPEC and the oil embargo impacted the American economy by examining their effects on the rise and fall of oil and its subsequent outcomes.

Supreme Court Case Roe v. Wade: Summary, Decision & Impact on Abortion

3. Supreme Court Case Roe v. Wade: Summary, Decision & Impact on Abortion

One of the most debated topics in American society is abortion. Explore one of the most impactful court cases in American history, ~'Roe v. Wade,~' including its summary, Supreme Court decision, and its impact on abortion by examining its context as well as its support and opposition.

The Watergate Scandal & President Nixon: Investigation & Resignation

4. The Watergate Scandal & President Nixon: Investigation & Resignation

The Watergate scandal centers around political misconduct by President Richard Nixon in 1972, when investigations revealed that the president orchestrated the break-in of Democratic offices and illegal surveillance at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. Learn about the scandal and how mounting evidence and confessions eventually led to Nixon's resignation in 1974.

Gerald Ford: Biography, Presidency & Facts

5. Gerald Ford: Biography, Presidency & Facts

Gerald Ford was the 38th President of the United States, sworn into office following the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Explore President Ford's biography, facts about his early years and the road from Congress to the White House, and years in the Ford presidency.

Jimmy Carter as President: Election, Foreign Policy & Accomplishments

6. Jimmy Carter as President: Election, Foreign Policy & Accomplishments

James Earl 'Jimmy' Carter, Jr. defeated incumbent Gerald Ford to become 39th President of the United States in 1976. Explore Carter's rise from peanut farmer in Plains, Ga. to the most powerful man in the world, some of the crucial foreign policy decisions he made while in office, and some of the accomplishments of his presidency.

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