__________ was the policy President Nixon designed to relax tensions between the United States and China that represented a state that was neither war nor total peace.

__________ was the first president of the United States to resign from office. He did so in response to widespread outrage at the corruption and abuses of power that culminated in the Watergate Hotel break-ins in 1972.

__________ was a former migrant worker influenced by Martin Luther King, Jr.'s nonviolent creed, who helped organize what became the United Farm Workers of America. His nonviolent tactics, which included a 25-day hunger strike in 1968, gradually appealed to many Americans.

__________ replaced Spiro Agnew as Richard Nixon's vice president upon his resignation, and then Nixon himself when the president resigned.

__________ was the mandatory method to desegregate schools. Many Americans opposed it because they did not want integration or did not want their children taken out of neighborhood schools. Widespread opposition marked the limits to which many white Americans were willing to go in order to ensure racial equality.