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What was the decisive factor in the election of 1960?
What policy was developed by the Kennedy administration because of their concern that reliance on nuclear weapons limited the U.S. military options?
What crisis brought the world uncomfortably close to the brink of nuclear war?
A foreign aid program for Latin American countries
The Kennedy family reminded many Americans of the romantic and optimistic vision presented in which Broadway musical?
Where was President Kennedy when he was assassinated?
Johnson’s program that was sometimes called the “domestic Peace Corps” because it organized volunteers to help people in the United States
This extended health insurance to those on welfare.
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SS6H3: The student will analyze important 20 th century issues in Latin America and the Caribbean. a. Explain the impact of the Cuban Revolution b. Explain.
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