File - US History -Coach Roof

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2014
2nd Semester
U.s. History
Mr. Roof
&
Ms. Johnson
Chapter 18
18 Terms
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De jure segregation
De facto segregation
Thurgood Marshall
Earl Warren
Brown V. Board of Education
Civil Rights Act of 1957
Rosa Parks
Montgomery bus boycott
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Voting Rights Act
24th Amendment
Malcolm X
Little Rock Nine
Sit-ins
Clara Luper
Freedom Rides
The March on Washington
NAACP
SNCC
CORE
Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher
George McLaurin
Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
18.1 Early Demands for Equality
I.S.N. Pg: 110
1896-1954: Plessy Vs. Ferguson= Separate but equal
1877-1957: Brown vs. Board of Education = Separate but UNequal
Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
18.1 Brown Vs Board of Education
I.S.N. Pg: 111
Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
18.2: Civil Rights Protests
I.S.N. Pg: 112
Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
18.3 New Successes and Challenges
I.S.N. Pg: 113
Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
Civil Rights DBQ
I.S.N. Pg: 114
Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Chapter 19: Cover Page
I.S.N. Pg: 115
Chapter 19: Cover Page
Kennedy and Johnson Years
(1960-1968)
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Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Chapter 19: Terms
I.S.N. Pg: 116
1.JFK
2.Richard Nixon
3.Ridel Castro
4.Berlin Wall
5.Bay of Pigs
6.Cuban Missle Crisis
7.Peace Corps
8.Lyndon B. Johnson
9.War on Poverty
10.Great Society
11.Nikita Khrushchev
12.Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
13.New Frontier
14.Warren Commission
15.Medicare
16.Medicaid
17.Equal Pay Act
18.Economic Opportunity Act
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Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Chapter 19.1: Kennedy and the Cold War
I.S.N. Pg: 117
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Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Chapter 19.2: Kennedy’s New Frontier
I.S.N. Pg: 118
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Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Chapter 19.3: Johnson’s Great Society
I.S.N. Pg: 119
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Chapter 18: Civil Rights (1945-1975)
Chapter 19: Kennedy and Johnson Years (1960-1968)
Test Review:
•Space Race
*Sputnik Launch
-What was the United States Response? Providing funds to
improve the educational system in the United States and created
NASA.
•Jim Crow Laws
•Clara Luper- Oklahoma Sit ins
•Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher
- Law School
- Denied because of color
- appealed U.S. Supreme Court
•Black Panthers- Armed resistance
•MLK & Malcolm X disagree on What?
•Kennedy & Containment
•FDR & LBJ provide direct help to people in need
•Peace Corps & VISA- Both improve quality of life
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Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Chapter 20: U.S. Involvement Grows
I.S.N. Pg. 123
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Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Chapter 20: U.S. Involvement Grows
I.S.N. Pg. 124
I. "Americanizing" the war
A. Assumptions and Strategies
1. Operation Rolling Thunder
2. Napalm, Agent Orange, and other weapons used
B. Elusive and Determined Enemy
1. fought guerrilla fighters
2. small battles
C. Costly and Frustrating War
1. many casualties
2. South Vietnamese government was corrupt and unpopular
II. Patriotism, Heroism, and Sinking Morale
A. Danger on a New Battlefield
1. hard to tell enemy from friend
2. could win no large victories
B. American soldiers fulfill their duties
1. Soldiers fought for a variety of reasons
2. Around 10,000 women served in Vietnam
C. Morale Declines
1. Later in the war, most soldiers were draftees
2. South Vietnamese often seemed indifferent
III. Doubt Grows on the Homefront
A. War Weakens Economy
1. rising prices and inflation
2. Costs of Great Society could not be met
B. Antiwar Movement Emerges
1. hawks and doves
2. Fullbright hearings
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Chapter 20: Vietnam
Section 3: The War Divides America
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Chapter 20: Vietnam
Section 4: The War’s End and Impact
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Chapter 20: Vietnam
Section 4 (Part 2): The War’s End and Impact
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Chapter 20: Vietnam
Section 4 (Part 2): O
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Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Section 3: Opposition to Vietnam War
C.E.C= Claim, Evidence, Commentary
Bob Seger System "2+2" with Vietnam Footage
www.youtube.com
Yes, it's true, I am a young man
But I'm old enough to kill
I don't wanna kill nobody
But I must if you so will
And if I raise my hand and
question
You just say that I'm a fool
'Cause I got the gall to ask you
Can you maybe change the rule?
And you stand and call my upstart
Ask, what answer can I find?
I ain't saying I'm a genius
Two plus two is on my mind
Two plus two is on my mind
How do the lyrics of the song reflect
the images seen in the video?
Well, I knew a guy in high school
Just an average, friendly guy
And he had himself a girlfriend
And you made them say goodbye
Now he's buried in the mud
Off in foreign jungle land
And his girl just sits and cries
She just doesn't understand
So you say he died for freedom
Well, if he died to save your lies
Go ahead and call me yellow
Two plus two is on my mind
Two plus two is on my mind
What does Seger mean when he says
"2+2 is on my mind"? What does this have to
do with his opposition to the war?
All I know is that I'm young
And your rules, they are old
If I've got to kill to live
Then there's something left untold
I'm no statesman, I'm no general
I know that I'll never be
It's the rules, not the soldiers
That are my real enemy
I'm no prophet, I'm no rebel
I'm just asking you "why?"
I just want a simple answer
Why it is I've got to die
I'm a simple-minded guy 21
Two plus two is on my mind
Two plus two is on my mind
Two plus two is on my mind
Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Section 3: Opposition to Vietnam War
C.E.C= Claim, Evidence, Commentary
15 Decades of Depictions of Uncle Sam - Financial
News for the Best Bank…
•What does this image of Uncle Sam represent?
•How do the photos of Uncle Sam change during the period of the
Vietnam War (1963-1974)?
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Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Section 3: Opposition to Vietnam War
C.E.C= Claim, Evidence, Commentary
Buffalo Springfield – For What It‘s Worth
There's something happening here
What it is ain't exactly clear
There's a man with a gun over there
Telling me I got to beware
I think it's time we stop, children, what's
that sound
Everybody look what's going down
•How are attitudes about the Vietnam war
illustrated in the song?
There's battle lines being drawn
Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
Young people speaking their minds
Getting so much resistance from behind
It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
What a field-day for the heat
A thousand people in the street
Singing songs and carrying signs
Mostly say, hooray for our side
•What is the significance of the song title?
It's s time we stop, hey, what's that
sound
Everybody look what's going down
Paranoia strikes deep
Into your life it will creep
It starts when you're always afraid
You step out of line, the man come and
take you away
We better stop, hey, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
Stop, hey, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
Stop, now, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
Stop, children, what's that sound
Everybody look what's going down
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Chapter 20: The Vietnam War Era (1954-1975)
Section 3: Opposition to Vietnam War
C.E.C= Clam, Evidence, Commentary
“1968″ by Turnpike Troubadours
There ain’t a thing in the world to take me back
Like a dark-haired girl in a Cadillac
On main street of an old forgotten town.
The sun light shines in fine white lines
On weathered stores with open signs
They may as well just close ‘em down.
And you look like 1968 or was it ‘69
When I heard you caught a bullet
Well I guess you’re doing fine
And you speak of revolution
Like it’s some place that you’ve been
Well you’ve been a long time gone
Good too see you my old friend.
Oh now that sign is gone away
Replaced instead by silver age
and moonlight falling on the avenue.
Oh and I could sleep if you would drive
I just can’t keep my mind alive
And you’ve got nothing better else to do
And we’ve all been looking for you
Like a hobo you walk in
Well how the mighty all have fallen
How the holy all have sinned.
Is that the clattering of sabers
Or the cool September winds
Well you’ve been a long time gone
Good to see you my old friend.
And there’s just two times a day like this
You find this kind of blissfulness
The sun it sets and rises in the morn.
And we’re shakin hands; I rub my eyes
Free up all my alibis
Just a blinking like the day I was born
And you look like 1968 or was it ‘69
When I heard you caught a bullet
Well I guess you’re doing fine
And you speak of revolution
Like it’s some place that you’ve been
Well you’ve been a long time gone
Good too see you my old friend.
And when the rounds were fired that April you were on the balcony
When ten thousand tear drops hit the ground in Memphis, Tennessee
You were a prideful rebel yell among a million marching men.
And you’ve been a long time gone
Good to see you my old friend
Well you’ve been a long time gone
Good to see you my old friend.
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Chapter 21: Era of Change
Coverpage
I.S.N. Pg. 129:
Chapter 21: Cover Page
ERA OF CHANGE
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Chapter 21:
TERMS & KEY PEOPLE
I.S.N. Pg: 130-131
1.Phyliss Schlafly
2.Equal Rights Amendment
3.National organization of Women
4.American Indian Movement
5.Feminism
6.Chicano Movement
7.Gloria Steinam
8.Women’s Liberation Movement
9.Roe V. Wade
10.Siege at Wounded Knee
11.Betty Friedan
12.Migrant farm worker
13.Environmental Protection Agency
14*Clean Water Act
15*Clean Air Act
16*Endangered Species Act
17.United Farm Workers
18.Cesar Chavez
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Chapter 21: Era of Change
Section 2: The Women’s Movement
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Chapter 21: Era of Change
Section 3 : Expansion of Civil Rights
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Chapter 21: Era of Change
Section 4 : The Environmental Movement
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Chapter 22: A Crisis in Confidence
Chapter 22 Terms
I.S.N. Pg. 136:
Chapter 22 Key Terms and People
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silent majority − voters Nixon sought to reach, who did not demonstrate but rather
worked and served quietly in “Middle America”
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stagflation − the dual conditions of a stagnating economy and inflation
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affirmative action − a policy that gives special consideration to women and minorities in
order to make up for past discrimination
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Watergate − the scandal that began with a burglary of Democratic Party headquarters and
led to Nixon’s resignation
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executive privilege − the principle that the President has the right to keep certain
information confidential
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Gerald Ford − became President in 1974 after Nixon’s resignation
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pardon − officially give forgiveness
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Jimmy Carter − a former governor of Georgia who was elected President in 1976
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amnesty − political pardon
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televangelist − minister who preached on television
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Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II) − an agreement between the United States
and Soviet Union to limit nuclear arms production
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boat people − people who fled communist-controlled Vietnam on boats, looking for refuge
in Southeast Asia, the United States, and Canada
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sanctions − penalties
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developing world − the poor nations of Asia, Africa, and Latin America
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Camp David Accords − agreements that provided the framework for a peace treaty
between Egypt and Israel
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Ayatollah Khomeini − a fundamentalist Islamic cleric who took power in Iran when the
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Shah fled in 1979
Chapter 22: A Crisis in Confidence
Section 1: Watergate
I.S.N. Pg. 137:
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Chapter 23: The Conservative Resurgence
I.S.N. Pg. 138: Cover Page
ISN Pg. 139 & 140: Chapter 22 Terms
1. Liberals
2. Conservatives
3. New Right
4. Moral Majority
5. Ronald Reagan
6. Supply-side Economics
7. Reaganomics
8. Reagan’s Tear Down This Wall Speech
9. Deregulation
10.Budget deficit
11.Saving and loan Crisis
12.Strategic Defense Initiative
13.Contras
14.Mikhail Gorbachev
15.Iran Contra Affair
16.Nelson Mandela
17.Saddam Hussein
18.Operation Desert Storm
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Chapter 23: The Conservative Resurgence
Section 3 : The Conservative Movement Grows
I.S.N. Pg. 141
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