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Monday 4/20 RAP In your opinion, which Supreme court decision from the 1960s (Ch chart) was the most important for today? (pages Today: –Review JFK and LBJ, along with the Supreme Court cases –Begin Protest groups of the 1960s and 70s. Ch. 22– pages
JFK and Lyndon B. Johnson DifferencesSimilaritiesDifferences New Frontier Idealist Progressive 2 years in office Jan 1961-Nov Peace Corps (1961) Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) Trade Expansion Act Increased spending on defense Reacted to events Space Race Man to moon Project Mercury Catholic Min. wage raised $1-$1.25 hr. Dealt with a Rep. Congress Young senator Slow on Civil Rights Put thru Civil Rights Bill Assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald Who was killed by Jack Ruby Democrat Senators prior Dealt with cold war crisis in Cuba and Vietnam Civil Rights and Poverty plans Economic upswing till 70s Min. wage increase for both Great Society Economic Opportunity Act. Elementary / Sec. Ed act Medicare / Medicaid act Water quality Act Immigration Act Poverty push Min. wage from 1.25 to 1.48 Head Start HUD VISTA (Volunteers in service to America Domestic Peace corps Protestant Escalated Vietnam Pushed him out of office Senator for many years. Crude, demanding Civil Rights Act (1964) Voting Rights Act 1965 Good at building coalitions Manipulator / persuader Confident
Supreme Court Cases Baker v. Carr; 1962: reapportionment –Established federal authority to oversee that state voting districts ensure equal representation for all citizens; the ruling opened the door to Supreme Court involvement in what previously had been seen as a political issue outside the Court’s jurisdiction.
Engel v. Vitale, 1962 School prayer- –Ruled unconstitutional, a nondenominational prayer, drafted by the State of NY, and read voluntarily in school classrooms; the decision banned prayer in public schools
Miranda v. Arizona, 1966 Rights of the accused –Required that accused people be informed of their right to a lawyer and their right not to testify against themselves.
Gideon v. Wainwright, 1963 Rights of the accused –Established that people accused of a crime have the right to a lawyer, even if they cannot afford one. –What amendment provides for this?
Escobedo v. Illinois, 1964 Rights of the accused –Ruled that people have the right to a lawyer from the time of arrest or when they become the subject of a criminal investigation.
Do you still agree with your RAP choice for the most important case on today? Why or why not?
Open up your text book to page 722 Protest groups You will each read your section and take notes. –Each person, from each group, will present different information to the class on their reading. –You will be graded on your presentation and your work ethic. –Poster due Tuesday.
Ch. 22: Protest movements Civil Rights movement inspired other movements. Warren Court –rulings for rights Many movements: –Native American –Women’s –Latino –Counterculture –Asian –Disabled –Black Panther / White activists
Ch. 22: VOICES OF PROTEST Pgs Protest Groups: –7 Groups of five—each group will follow the guidelines. –Present group information to the class on Tuesday and/or Wednesday. –Class will take notes on the movements Who was involved? What did they want? How did they go about getting it? Who were the leaders? What obstacles did they face? –Extra Credit if you do a chant or skit!!! HW: MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE STUDY GUIDE PRINTED AND CH. 20 AND 21 COMPLETED BY Thursday. TEST on Ch. 20, 21, and 22 on Thursday
Protest movements of the 1960s and 1970s GROUP LEADERS? WHAT DID THEY WANT? HOW DID THEY GO ABOUT GETTING IT? OBSTACLES FACED? WHITE ACTIVISTS /BLACK PANTHERS WOMEN’S MOVEMENT HISPANIC AMERICANS ORGANIZE GRAPE BOYCOTT AND CESAR CHAVEz NATIVE AMERICANS COUNTERCULTUR E / GAYS DISABLED AMERICANS ASIAN AMERICANS
Tuesday 4/21 RAP What do you think inspired the protest movements of the 60s and 70s? Explain. Today: 1.Finish posters and chant for protest groups of the 1960s and 70s. Wednesday: CE Present protest groups President video
Wednesday 4/22 RAP What was one goal of your protest group? Today: Present CE Present Posters President video if time permits
Monday 4/23/12 RAP 1.Which Presidents are your top five as of now? 2.Please review your notes on the four Supreme Court rulings from Ch Baker v. Carr; Engle v. Vitale; Escobedo v Illinois; Miranda v. Arizona –The reading of a nondenominational prayer at the start of the school day does not violate the "establishment of religion" clause of the First Amendment. AGREE---or ---DISAGREE –The Miranda ruling increases the chance of criminals being put back on the street. AGREE ---- OR ---- DISAGREE Explain.