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The Religious Right opposed abortion, gay marriage, birth control, and the efforts of the courts to keep religion out of government. In other words, the Religious Right wanted to permit prayer in school, teaching of Creationism or Intelligent Design, nativity scenes on public property, and other religious activities. When courts found against these things, the Religious Right was strongly opposed to them.

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Some things that were not problems faced by the Ford Administration include:

Spies in the White House.

There was no threat of war with the British or the French.

Nobody was dying of smallpox.

What leader was known as chairman

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2. Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee; and

3. Chairman of the Chinese Republic Politburo

With these titles he was the most powerful leader in China.

What was DES

It was a hormone that was prescribed for pregnant women in the 1950s and early 1960s

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Latino farm workers

ANS 2 -The United Farm Workers of America.

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it made abortion legal

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