So there wasnt any chronology for chapter 42 so i did chapter 40 instead.--jess

Pages for the review book:
Chapter 30: p.642-650 (Jess) p.650-659(katie) p.659-668

CHAPTER 30 Group stuff :)
AP Pages:

Chapter 40
Chapter 41 (katie)
Chapter 42 (Jess)

1. Ronald Reagan was elected president in the 1980 election.
2. Regan was reelected as president in the 1984 election.
3. 27th Amendment prohibited members of Congress from raising their own salaries
4. Election of 1988
5. Iran-contra affair

1. A recession hits the US in 1982.
2. Reaganomics- President Reagan's "supply-side" economic system.
3. Congress passed a deficit-reduction budget that included $225 billion in spending cuts.
4. North American Free Trade Agreement created a free-trade zone with Canada and Mexico
5. North American Free Trade Agreement

1. Gorbachev and Reagan met in D.C. to sign the INF Agreement.
2. In 1990, Soviet Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania declared their independence
3. Communist Party fell from power in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania
4. In 1990, Iraq's dictator, Saddam Hussein, invaded Kuwait and threatened Western oil sources.
5. President Clinton was a Democrat from Arkansas

1. Sandra Day O'Connor is the first wonman to be appointed as a Supreme Court justice.
2. Mikhail Gorbachev (new USSR leader) and Pres. Reagan worked together to end the Cold War.
3. A stagnant economy, huge budget deficits, and political deadlock fueled a growing disillusionment with government.
4. Number of families headed by a female soared to 12.8 million in 2000
5. By 2000, 35 million people were over 65.

Clinton 's Second Term was prosperous
Over 3,000 nuclear weapons each for U.S and Soviet Union in 1992.
North American Free Trade Agreement
Soviet Union collapsed
End of the Cold War
Victory for Clinton in the Election of 1992
Anti-Incumbent Mood
Tiananmen Square massacre
Iran-contra affair
SDI plan--"Star Wars"
Mikhail Gorbachev

Chapter 41
1. 1993-NAFTA signed-more trading between Canada, U.S. and Mexico
2. 2001-Terrorists attack New York and Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11-prompted the U.S. to go to war in Afghanistan
3. 1998-House of Representatives impeaches Clinton-first president impeached since President Johnson
4. 2002-Congress passes USA Patriot Act-Citizens feared extinction of civil liberties
5. 2004-George W. Bush defeats John Kerry for presidency-Bush remains president of the United States until 2009

Chapter 40
1. 1981: Sandra Day O'Connor is appointed to Supreme Court (first woman justice)
2. 1981-91: United States aids antileftist forces in Central America
3. 1985: first Regan-Gorbachev summit meeting, in Geneva
4. 1986 Second Regan-Gorbachev summit meeting, in Reykjavik, Iceland
5. 1989: Berlin Wall torn down