when a nation buys more goods and services from a country, than it sells to them.
Mostly Arab and Muslim countries who used the sale of their oil as an economic weapon against the U.S in 1973, protesting the U.S's support of Israel during the 1973 war between the Israelite and the Arabs
The area between a city and the country
a federal agency set up by the government to protect the environment
The political scandal that led to Nixon's resignation
actions such as boycotts, taken against a country in hopes of bringing about a change
1986 space shuttle exploded ninety seconds after taking off.
Many people wanted a law passed that would limit government spending
Many people wanted a law to limit how many times a Senator or Congressman could be elected
designed to slowly do away with trade barriers between the US, Canada, and Mexico
Kuwait liberated, Iraq subjected to inspections for chemical and biological weapons