in an attempt to win, he set a few goals, including the great society, the economic opportunity act, and other programs that provided food stamps and welfare to needy families. A 1964 act which created a series of programs, including Head Start to prepare disadvantaged preschoolers for kindergarten and the Job Corps and Upward Bound to provide young people with training and employment, aimed at alleviating poverty and spurring economic growth in impoverished areas. This treaty between Nixon (U.S.), China, and the Soviet Union served to slow the arms race that had been going on between these nations since World War II. Elected President in 1968 and 1972 representing the Republican party. he also created a department of housing and urban development. Whether this story is true or not, it is a good example of the self-fulfilling prophecy (or the Pygmalion effect). A term applied to radical students of the 60s and 70s, distinguishing their activism from the Old Left - the communists and socialists of the 30s and 40s who tended to focus on economic and labor questions rather than culture issues. Lost all trust with vietnam, when LBJ would grad a colleague by the coat lapels and hold his face an inch away while using anger, humor, and statistics to win in a wavering vote, Johnson told the congress that he was determined to continue this idea of education, jobs, care for the elderly, and equal rights for all Americans, Johnson's first agenda was the stalled civil rights bill, and while it was expected to be watered down, LBJ did not tamper with the bill at all. Was a cross-country protest in the United States by American Indian and First Nations organizations that took place in the autumn of 1972. U.S. society has definite expectations about female and male roles. A health plan for the poor passed in 1965 and paid for by general tax revenues and administered by the states. One of the most distinct factors relating to Nixon was that he was the first President to ever resign due to the Watergate scandal. The U.S. became more heavily involved. A program in which the United States gave billions of dollars to help Latin American countries overcome poverty and other problems in order to counter Communism. 1968, in which American troops had brutally massacred innocent women and children in the village of My Lai, also led to more opposition to the war. stated by Jose Angel Gutierrez, political movement, the party ran Latino candidates and won many positions in city government offices, When Nixon was trying to get on good terms with China he sent a trade of ping pong players to compete against the Chinese ping pong players. What is the relationship between church, denomination, and a sect? Term derived from the title of a book by Ben J. Wattenberg and Richard Scammon (The Real Majority) and used by Nixon in a 1969 speech to describe those who supported his positions but did not publicly assert their voices, in contrast to those involved in antiwar, civil rights, and women's movements. He did a lot of work with Martin Luther King Jr.but later changed his attitude. They did this to protest tuhe Army and the war in Vietnam. How did royal, proprietary, and charter colonies differ from one another? The 1968 execution by US Army troops of nearly five hundred people in the South Vietnam village, including a large number of woman and children. It led thousands of campus protests before it split apart at the end of the 1960s. S1- How did the tastes and values of the postwar middle class affect the country. President Johnson called his version of the Democratic reform program the Great Society. The secretary of defense under Kennedy. By becoming friends with the Chinese Nixon was able to work out foreign affairs, Label nixon gave to middle-class americans who supported him, obeyed the laws, and wanted "peace with honor" in vietnam, he contrasted this group with students and civil rights activists who disrupted the country with protests in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The creation of the it marked a newfound commitment by the federal government to actively combat environmental risks and was a significant triumph for the environmentalist movement. The members of an association working to have Nixon re-elected, CREEP, were involved in a burglary, and it was then linked to Nixon. Two northern white marchers were murdered, and the outrage that came after helped LBJ pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964. younger brother of JFK who entered public life as U.S. Attorney General during the Kennedy Administration. When the principal came up to the teacher and congratulated her, the teacher thanked the principal for giving her so many students with high IQs. He urged giving up peaceful demonstrations and pursuing black power. What are the gender norms concerning personal appearance? In 1946, war broke out between communist insurgents in North Vietnam, called the Viet Minh, and the French Colonial government. A culture embracing values or lifestyles opposing those of the mainstream culture. These riots turned into bloody battles after the Chicago police tried to stop the protesters. Was the first President to ever resign, due to the Watergate scandal. Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (1964) eliminated the poll tax as a prerequisite to vote in national elections. Emphasized racial pride and the creation of black political and cultural institutions to nurture and promote black collective interests, advance black values, and secure black autonomy. ________ is a family formed with children from a previous marriage. Twenty years down the road, what do you think will be a typical amount of family time?

Consider developmental (age) and social factors. Leader of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. Suspiction set in and Nixon was accused of getting illegal help in being re-elected. The title of an influential book written in 1963 by Betty Friedan critiquing the ideal whereby women were encouraged to confine themselves to roles within the domestic sphere, Presidential Commission on the Status of Women, Commission appointed by President Kennedy in 1961, which issued a 1963 report documenting job and educational discrimination. The movement had provocative rhetoric, militant posture, and cultural and political flourishes permanently altered the contours of American Identity. Trade union women were esp. a. monogamy b. polyandry c. polygyny d. exogamy e. endogamy f. homogamy g. patrilineal h. blended family i. dual-employed marriage j. boomerang kids. A two-day riot by patrons after the police raided the gay bar in New York's Greenwich Village in 1969; the event contributed to the rapid rise of a gay liberation movement. students and teachers refused to host and attend classes to discuss the vietnam war. a conservative anti-communist who overthrew Bao Dai, the emperor of southern Vietnam, when it seemed likely that a communist leader would be elected in the upcoming elections. a. A subculture deliberately and consciously opposed to certain central beliefs or attitudes of the dominant culture, the culture of the young people who rejected mainstream American society in the 1960s, seeking to create an alternative society based on peace, love, and individual freedom. The teacher saw these numbers and was tremendously excited to begin the school year. Often Black Power advocates are open to use violence as a means of achieving their aims, but this openness to violence was nearly always coupled with community organizing work. Special session of lecture and discussion on a controversial topic that often occurred during the Vietnam War era. the domestic program dubbed by Johnson that was a sweeping set of New Dealish economic and welfare measures aimed at transforming the American way of life. Was the first President to ever resign, due to the Watergate scandal. Events that led to convention were: assassination of Martin Luther King and JFK. Became synonymous with hippies (people who opposed and rejected conventional standards of society and advocated for extreme liberalism). There was fragging which was the use of grenades to kill ranking officers. Group founded by activist Latinos to protest the Vietnam War. CONFLICTED with civil rights. The United People Party. Soldiers began to feel cynical during the war and began to show resistance. Complete the sentence using each term once. The CREEP group had also gotten lots of money from unidentifiable places. 5 characteristics that define the Counterculture, Between 1870 and 1900, the population of rural America shrank from 80 percent to 66. A lack of popular confidence in the truth of the claims or public statements made by the federal government, large corporations, politicians, etc. Oswald was later shot in front of television cameras by Jack Ruby. He was responsible for getting the United States out of the Vietnam War by using "Vietnamization", which was the withdrawal of 540,000 troops from South Vietnam for an extended period. Trade Union women were especially critical in pushing for, and winning, congressional passage of the law. (JFK) 1963, Wake of Cuban Missile Crisis (climax of Cold War, closest we've ever come to nuclear war) Soviets & US agree to prohibit all above-ground nuclear tests, both nations choose to avoid annihilating the human race with nuclear war, France and China did not sign. Later elected senator from New York, he became an anti-war, pro-civil rights presidential candidate in 1968, launching a popular challenge to incumbent President Johnson. Organized laborers in California and in the Southwest to strike against fruit and vegetable growers. Next to each student's name was a number. The Viet Minh was formed in China in May 1941 by Ho Chi Minh. Students for a Democratic Society. The principal said, "What do you mean?" he also created a department of housing and urban development. Although there was a first attack, claims of a second attack were later said to be exaggerated or unfounded. A Communist-led army and guerrilla force in South Vietnam that fought its government and was supported by North Vietnam. Elected President in 1968 and 1972 representing the Republican party. An African-American organization established to promote Black Power and self-defense through acts of social agitation. A military campaign conducted between 30 January and 23 September 1968, by forces of the Viet Cong, or National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam, and the North Vietnamese army, or People's Army of Vietnam against the forces of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), the United States, and their allies during the Vietnam War. Selma sheriff led local police in a televised brutal attack on demonstrators. Do you believe family time will disappear, or not? Do they work against males? Impeachment proceedings were started but Nixon resigned from his office in August of 1974. A culture embracing values or lifestyles opposing those of the mainstream culture. A new US policy, devised under President Nixon in the early 70s, of delegating the ground fighting to the South Vietnamese in the Vietnam War. English League for the Independence of Vietnam, organization that led the struggle for Vietnamese independence from French rule. Why or why not? Inside the convention hall, the delegates were bitterly divided over Vietnam. He helped develop the flexible response policy but came to doubt the wisdom of the Vietnam War he had presided over. He was elected President in 1968 and 1972 representing the Republican party. By requiring comparable funding for sports programs, this made woman's athletics a real presence on college campuses. A marriage in which both partners work for pay is called ________. It meant to solve large social problems like hunger and poverty. However, many states have adopted similar amendments to their state constitutions. Helps people in developing countries. Democrats settled on Hubert Humphrey but lost to Richard Nixon. critical in pushing for, and winning, congressional passage of the law. Briefly describe the sociological view. A law passed by Congress in 1972 that broadened the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include educational institutions, prohibiting colleges and universities that received federal funds from discriminating on the basis of sex. a. monogamy b. polyandry c. polygyny d. exogamy e. endogamy f. homogamy g. patrilineal h. blended family i. dual-employed marriage j. boomerang kids. He ran for President in 1968; stirred a response from workers, African Americans, Hispanics, and younger Americans; would have captured Democratic nomination but was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan after victory speech during the California primary in June 1968. It is of historical significance because it gave U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson authorization, without a formal declaration of war by Congress, for the use of military force in Southeast Asia. The Bay of Pigs Invasion was an unsuccessful action by a CIA-trained force of Cuban exiles to invade southern Cuba, with support and encouragement from the US government, in an attempt to overthrow the Communist Cuban government under Fidel Castro. Congress declares a person to be guilty of a crime without having been given a trial. He was responsible for the Nixon Doctrine. In what city was George Washingtons inauguration? Major campaign of attacks launched throughout South Vietnam in January of 1968 by the North Vietnamese and Vietcong. Non-violent leader of the United Farm Workers from 1963-1970. What significance did events like the Vietnam atrocities in My Lai, the secret bombings in Cambodia, the release of the Pentagon Papers, and Watergate have on the American people? In 1954, Vietminh rebels besieged a French garrison at Dien Bien Phu, deep in the interior of northern Vietnam. He was responsible for getting the United States out of the Vietnam War by using "Vietnamization", which was the withdrawal of 540,000 troops from South Vietnam for an extended period. Initially, NOW focused on eliminating gender discrimination in public institutions and the workplace, but by the 70s it also embraced many of the issues raised by more radical feminists. The largest series of demonstrations and police student confrontations in the nations history took place.

Using your sociological imagination suggest some reasons for this apparent lack of interest. The Black Panther Party was an auxillary of the greater movement, often coined the Black Power Movement. President Lyndon B. Johnson's program in the 1960's to provide greater social services for the poor and elderly, Volunteers in Service to America, a domestic peace corps that recruited young people to work for a year serving in high poverty urban and rural settings, created to coordinate all of the ventures which Congress passed in the war on poverty; including the Neighborhood Youth Corps, work study loans, small business loans, community action programs, Head Start, and Neighborhood Legal Services, although many though Bobby Kennedy would be Johnson's VP, LBJ chose Minnesota Senator Hubert Humphrey.

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