The Clinton Administration (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
He ran as a third party candidate on the Reform Party ticket in 1992 and received almost 20% of the popular vote, but not one electoral vote. He ran again in 1996, but received less than half of his 1992 popular vote count.
This 1995 agreement ended the war in Bosnia.
Former American ambassador to the U. N., President Clinton appointed her as the first women Secretary of State in the nation's history.
The Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, he helped shape President Clinton's successful economic policies.
The controversial Speaker of the House who sought to unite Republicans in support of conservative, ideological issues spelled out in his "Contract With America."
An international organization whose member nations agreed to keep tariff laws in order, to promote world trade.
This legislation let workers take up to ten weeks of unpaid leave for the birth of a new baby or to assist a sick relative without the fear of losing their job.
This Clinton Attorney General called for the appointment of several Independent Special Prosecutors to investigate several of the scandals in the Clinton White House. She was the first female to hold this post in the nation's history.
This radical leader of the Nation of Islam led the Million-Man March in 1995.
Supported by the Clinton administration, this plan was designed to restore President Jean Bertrand Aristide to power in Haiti.
This Clinton policy was an attempt to end discrimination against homosexuals in the U. S. military.
It eliminated trade barriers between the U. S., Canada, and Mexico. It was barely approved by Congress in 1993 after a fierce political debate.
This Clinton scandal revolved around the question of whether or not the Clintons benefitted improperly from their involvement in this real estate business venture.
This was the nickname of the first major gun control legislation passed by Congress which prohibited the purchase of 19 different types of assault weapons.
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