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Analyze the expectations and constraints that Kennedy faced in establishing his domestic New Frontier and explain how his approach to civil rights differed from Eisenhower’s
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Dbq the Sixties Adapted from Columbia edu Historical ContextDbq the Sixties Adapted from Columbia edu Historical Context
Demanding justice, antiwar demonstrators, civil-rights activists, feminists, and members of various other social groups sought redress for the wrongs they believed they suffered. A growing conservative movement, or backlash
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Before his resignation on August 5, 1974, Richard Nixon ended the Vietnam war and began a sort of truce (détente) with the two Communist countries of China and the Soviet Union
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Youth Culture & Politics of the “New” Generation OriginsYouth Culture & Politics of the “New” Generation Origins
Second World War era of the 1950s. The older generation, those who survived the depression and war years, viewed the 1950s as a period of security. It was a time of peace and relative prosperity for the nation
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1. The base of this sculpture contains depictions of the four winds as well as four figures representing Night, Day, Twilight, and Dawn, and was crafted using an ebony background1. The base of this sculpture contains depictions of the four winds as well as four figures representing Night, Day, Twilight, and Dawn, and was crafted using an ebony background
Those figures represent the earth and the sea. Though it contains colored work done in enamel, it was primarily executed in gold at the behest of Francis I. For 10 points, name this Benvenuto Cellini sculpture designed to hold some spices
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Negotiating conflict over vietnamNegotiating conflict over vietnam
Vietnam Timeline. An abbreviated version of the timeline found on the pbs: American Experience, Vietnam Online
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Tossups Founded by Minor Keith, as a foreign owned company of unparalleled size and power Latin American writers referred to it as el pulpo or “The Octopus” and attacked its labor exploitation, massive briberyTossups Founded by Minor Keith, as a foreign owned company of unparalleled size and power Latin American writers referred to it as el pulpo or “The Octopus” and attacked its labor exploitation, massive bribery
Latin American writers referred to it as el pulpo or “The Octopus” and attacked its labor exploitation, massive bribery, and tremendous influence in the region. For years, the us and this company were synonymous in Central America
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