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11 Cards in this Set

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Before the President of the United states can sign a bill into law,
identical versions if the bill must be passed by both houses of Congress.
A double-blind experiment is one in which members of the control and experimental groups
do not know which group they are assigned to, nor does the data collector know
Lyndon Johnson's antipoverty, pro-civil rights program was called the
Great Society
This program was implimented by Franklin D. Roosevelt for the recovery from the Great Depression.
The New Deal
This blue print for peace following World War I was inplimented by
Woodrow Wilson
This program dominated U.S. foreign policy for decades; it held that Communist expansion had to be entirely contained, because once one country fell to Communist rule, others would fall as a consequence
Domino Theory
Adam Smith was a proponent of
Laissez-faire economics
Adam Smith argues that a open marketplace with each individual pursuing his/her own interests will result in the greatest benefit to a nation in his book,
The Wealth of Nations
John Maynard Keynes was a proponent of
Keynesian ecom=nomics
This type of economics argues that the government must play a regulatory role in the economy
Keynesian economics
This type of economics argued that the government must play a regulatory role in the economy, primarily a supportave and protectionist role.
Mercantilism economics