Politics Trivia Game (2)
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This Chilean president was assassinated in 1973.
This day is observed July 14th in France to commemorate the storming of a prison in 1789.
1983 movie based on the real-life story of a plutonium plant worker who uncovers a secret U.S. government plot.
This policy seeks to redress past discrimination by ensuring equal opportunity, as in education and employment.
Believe it or not, the name of this laxative is also the Hungarian term for "parliamentary deadlock". What is it?
As the author of the Monroe Doctrine, he warned Europe not to extend its imperial system to the Western Hemisphere.
Term for a network of forced labor camps in the former Soviet Union for political dissidents.
Term for the British Civil Service.
“ISMs”: It's the belief that all violence is unjustifiable and that all international disputes should be settled by arbitration.
Term for rule by military authorities imposed in times of war or when civil authority has broken down.
“ISMs”: Term for patronage granted to relatives or favoritism shown.
Term for a man favored by his own state delegates at a national political convention.
President McKinley was shot by Leon Czolgosz at the Pan-American Exposition in this city and died eight days later.
“COLOR”FUL WORDS: “Term for laws designed to regulate Sunday activities.
This title is traditionally held by the male heir to the throne of Great Britain.
It's a political movement which is marked by right wing dictatorship and bellicose nationalism.
“O” WORDS: An official who is appointed to investigate complaints against the administration. A “grievance” person.
He was the first emperor of the Holy Roman empire, now remembered for his encouragement of education.
This government of France during WWII was essentially a puppet of the Germans.
When Caesar crossed this river in 49 B.C., it was the equivalent of declaring war against the Republic of Italia.
Franklin Roosevelt initiated these informal messages to the nation in 1932.
This ancient King of Mesopotamia was known for putting the laws of his country into a formal code.
In the presidential election slogan “Tippecanoe and Tyler too,” who was Tippecanoe?