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How did the Watergate Scandal affect Americans trust in the government?
The Watergate Scandal affect wasn't taken care of by the government as fast as possible which made the Americans mad at the government. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Watergate Scandal
If you had been a voter at the time of Nixon's impeachment and resignation how would the Watergate scandal have affected your perception of government power Do you think the Watergate scandal has ha?
If you had been a voter at the time of Nixon's impeachment and resignation, how would the Watergate scandal have affected your perception of government power? Do you think the Watergate scandal has had an enduring effect on the public's perception of government power today or not? Explain <><><> Caught your question by chance. When you write in THIS area, it causes your question to go into the "already answered" bucket. I WAS a voter at the time of Watergate, and the resignation...
What was the public opinion of the government after Watergate?
People were very suspicious of the government after the Watergate scandal. ...
Asked in Watergate Scandal
Which of these acts came out of the Watergate scandal and urged Americans to learn what their government was doing?
Freedom of Information Act
What is the relevance today of the Watergate Scandal?
The Watergate Scandal reduced the trust that the average American in the US government. That feeling has transferred to the present time. ...
Which best describes one lasting effect of the Watergate scandal?
Many Americans lost faith in their government and became cynical about politics. ...
Asked in Government
What was the cause of Americans distrust of government leaders in the 1970s?
The Watergate scandal and the Nixon pardon of Regan. That and the rising inflation in America made people distrust the government. ...
Why was the Watergate scandal called the Watergate scandal?
The break in took place at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Asked in Watergate Scandal
What are two events that caused americans to become disillusioned with the federal government during the first half of the 70s?
The failure of the Vietnam War and the Watergate scandal of the early 1970s caused Americans to be disillusioned with the federal government. ...
Asked in History of the United States
What events caused many Americans to lose confidence in their government after 1970?
The government's handling of the Vietnam War was one event that caused many Americans to lose confidence in their government after 1970. Another event was the Watergate Scandal. ...
Did the Watergate scandal increase political efficacy?
no it did not increase it. the scandal brought about mistrust of the government and made citizens think they had no say in the government. this can be related to the Vietnam war, the whitewater scandal or the Iran-contra ...