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  History 1)Containment Theory (1973):   2- Betty Friedan (1921-2006):   3- SDS /Students for a Democratic Society (1960):   4- W

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History

1)Containment Theory (1973):

 

2- Betty Friedan (1921-2006):

 

3- SDS /Students for a Democratic Society (1960):

 

4- W.E.B DuBois:

 

5- “The Evil Empire” (1900):

 

6- Roy Cohn:

 

7- Yom Kippur/Ramadan War (1973):

 

8- Lavender Scare (1950s):

 

9- Mossadegh:

 

 

10- Playboy (1953):

 

11- Cesar Chavez:

 

12- Levittown (1950s):

 

13- Reaganomics:

 

 

 

 

14- Ho Chi Minh (1940):

 

15- Women’s Liberation Movement:

 

16- Domino Theory (20th Century):

 

17- Vietnamization (1969):

 

 

18- Ngo Dinh Diem (1955):

 

19- Black Panthers (1966):

20- Emmett Till (1955):

 

21- Suez Crisis:

 

22- SNCC (1960):

 

23- Equal Pay Act (1963):

 

24- Freedom Rides (1961):

 

 

25- Iran-Contra (1984-1985):

 

26- Bull Connor:

 

27- Howl (1956):

 

28- Poor People’s Campaign (1968):

 

29- MLK’s “Beyond Vietnam” Speech (1967)

 

 

 

                       

Part II:

 

  1. Using the testimonies of Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and Paul Robeson in As They Said It, what effect did the Red Scare have on America and its citizenry?
  2. Looking at the speeches of Fred Hampton and Barack Obama, how has race and civil rights changed in the time between these two speeches?  What differences are there between Hampton and Obama’s vision of race in the United States?
  3. Using the speeches by Ronald Reagan for Senator Goldwater (American Society Since 1900) and Patrick Buchanan (As They Said It), what do these men envision for the “New Right” and how does this contrast with the New Deal liberalism that dominated American society since the 1930s?

 

 

  1. Using both speeches by President George W. Bush, how does he depict America’s conflict with Iraq and Afghanistan?  What does he envision for both the United States and the Middle East?

 

Part III: Major Essay

 

  1. Compare and contrast American intervention policy in the Middle East and Vietnam during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s and Latin America during the 1980s.  How were the policies similar or were they vastly different?  Please be sure to mention at least two countries from each region.

 

 

.2. The trajectory of the African American civil rights movement changed after 1965.  What were the goals before 1965 and how did they change after?  How was this change received by black and white activists?  Was this change ultimately successful?  Please provide at least two pieces of evidence each from before and after 1965.

 

  1. American culture evolved after World War II from one of stability and conformity to one of rejection and counterculture.  How was this portrayed in films, radio, and television?  Were these depictions accurate of society at large?  How or how not?  Please provide at least four examples in your response (examples are bolded throughout)

 

 

  1. How did the African American civil rights movements inspire subsequent progressive political movements such as Chicano, women’s, and LGBT rights movements?  How did these subsequent movements copy the tactics of black civil rights activists and how did they differ from them?

 

 

 

 

 

  1. How was the conservative resurgence of the 1970s and 1980s a response to the liberal successes of the 1960s?  How did presidents Nixon and Reagan seek to undo the reforms of the 1960s?  How was the Republican Party able to garner the support it did?

 

 

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