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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.
How did the Warren Court react to prayer in public schools?
How did the reapportionment of election districts shift political power?
What were the major achievements of the Great Society? What were some of its flaws?
The Bay of Pigs invasion, the Cuban missile crisis, and the Berlin crisis all occurred during the Kennedy presidency. During which of these events was Kennedy most effective?
THE NEW FRONTIER & THE GREAT SOCIETY In this chapter you will learn about President John F. Kennedy’s New Frontier and President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great.
The Cold War: Kennedy & Johnson. Election of 1960 John F. Kennedy vs. Richard Nixon First televised debate Kennedy won election primarily because he was.
The New Frontier and the Great Society Section 1: The New Frontier The Election of 1960 A New Kind of Campaign The Main Issues missile gap The.
THE NEW FRONTIER & THE GREAT SOCIETY Chapter 27. Richard Nixon John F. Kennedy The Great Debates: Television’s Influence on Public Opinion.
JFK and LBJ Vocab Chapter 21. Fidel Castro Revolutionary leader of the communist takeover in Cuba.
This is... Post War & Civil Rights Now entering the studio are our Contestants!!! Group 1 Group 2 Group 3.
Chapter 28 JFK and the Cold War. The 1960 Campaign The Republican Party Nominates former Vice President Richard Nixon. The Democratic Party Nominates.
AGENDA History Log Standard Bullets 8.1 Notes JFK Video HOMEWORK Study for Standard Quiz History Log: What is the main difference between communism and.
Kennedy and Johnson Years Quiz Review Game. 3. Fidel Castro Communist leader in Cuba that America attempted to overthrow during the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
Goal 11 Part 3 JFK Presidency Election of 1960 John F. Kennedy (DEM.) defeated Richard M. Nixon (REP) Reasons: (1) JFK supported Civil Rights.
THE KENNEDY & JOHNSON PRESIDENCIES May 12, 2014 Note Packet I.
The New Frontier Chapter 28. Election of 1960 Television Politics Radio and TV spots Debates Major topics Economy Cold War.
1960s The New Frontier and The Great Society. Foreign Policy JFK’s New Frontier Strong stand in Berlin (but Berlin Wall erected anyway, Aug 1961) “Flexible.
UNITED STATES HISTORY REVIEW Short Answer. Short Answer Questions None for this test. Sorry for the let down.
Topic: Assessing the Presidency of John F. Kennedy Do Now: “JFK clearly represents the youthful spirit of the 1960s. His demeanor and outlook spoke to.
Kennedy and the Great Society American History (B) Chapter 28 C. Simmons.
Kennedy and the Cold War JFK and Foreign Policy Bay of Pigs Invasion Operation Mongoose Berlin Crisis-1961 The Missiles of October Cold War.
Chp. 28 Test Review Pg #8 New Frontier: Kennedy’s Agenda Earl Warren: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Peace Corps: International humanitarian.
Essay Question Why did Lyndon Johnson succeed getting his legislation passed while Kennedy had problems? Give examples to back up your answer. How did.
John F. “Jack” Kennedy. I.Background A. Wealthy Boston family. B. World War II hero. (pics)(pics) C. Senator from Massachusetts. II. Elected President.
SECTION 1 – KENNEDY AND THE COLD WAR CHAPTER 30 – THE NEW FRONTIER AND THE GREAT SOCIETY.
Pump-Up Recall how Truman and Eisenhower confronted the challenges of the Cold War. Predict whether subsequent Presidents will follow earlier policies.
President John F. Kennedy The Kennedy Administration.
Chapter 19 Kennedy Years. JFK Young, energetic, intelligent, and hard working Young, energetic, intelligent, and hard working Grew up wealthy background.
Chapter 34 America: A Narrative History 7 th edition Norton Media Library by George Brown Tindall and David Emory Shi.
JFK. JOHN F. KENNEDY Kennedy defeats Nixon TV debates propel Kennedy to victory New era in American politics: the television age.
Ch. 22 Kennedy and Johnson Years. John F. Kennedy defeats Richard Nixon in 1960 Pres. Election by small margin, JFK wins due to televised debate JFK.
PresentationExpress. Click a subsection to advance to that particular section. Advance through the slide show using your mouse or the space bar. Kennedy.
The Sixties Chapter 19. Kennedy and the Nation Cold War tensions – time for a change Election of 1960 – Republican: Richard Nixon – domestic and economic.
The Baby Boomers Hit Puberty: The Cold War, Vietnam, and Liberal ‘Merica during the 1960’s Honors U.S. History.
Chapter 28. Understand the qualities of effective leadership. Examine the relationship between reality and perception in politics over a presidential.
JFK & LBJ Election Kennedy defeats Nixon by narrowest of margins Nixon assisted by Eisenhower’s popularity and moderate policies Better.
KENNEDY’S PRESIDENCY. DO NOW How does TV influence society today? How does TV influence society today? Provide two examples of how TV could impact society.
The Kennedy and Johnson Years ( ) Chapter 28.
The Kennedy Administration The Kennedy Administration.
The Kennedy & Johnson Years Chapter 19 Pg Kennedy & the Cold War Election of Democrat-____________________ Republican ___________________ Two Factors.
REVIEW NEW FRONTIER AND GREAT SOCIETY. ELECTION OF In the election of 1960, what was a major difference between John F. Kennedy’s campaign and.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT IN THE MODERN ERA 1 Chapter 21 THE NEW FRONTIER AND THE GREAT SOCIETY Section 1: Kennedy and the Cold.
Chapter 26 Lives Changed © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
Civil Rights. Legislation & Protests Brown v. BOE -ended “separate but equal” doctrine Civil Rights Act of banned discrimination in public places.
Cuban Missile Crisis Thirteen Days in October 1962.
Chapter 28: The New Frontier and the Great Society.
COLD WAR HIGHLIGHTS Events that influence the course of the Cold War.
Kennedy’s Foreign Policy Terms and People John F. Kennedy – a Democratic senator who was elected President in 1960 Richard M. Nixon – former Republican.
Eisenhower – Domestic Policy Civil Rights –Brown v. Board of Education –Montgomery Bus Boycott –Little Rock, Arkansas –Sit-ins & SNCC Cold War at Home.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Johnson’s Domestic Policy.
1960s Politics I.Intro II.Election 1960 A.Candidates/Campaign III.JFK ( ) A.Style B.Domestic Policy C.Foreign Policy—Cuba D.Assassination IV.LBJ.
John F Kennedy “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”
Truman, JFK, Lyndon B. Johnson. Harry Truman Dropped the atomic bomb G.I. Bill Desegregated the military in 1947 Fair Deal = Truman’s economic and civil.
Chapter 28, Section 3 Aim: Crisis Over Cuba. By the 1960s, the U.S. and Soviet Union had emerged as superpowers (nations with enough military, political,
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