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Title: U.S. History 42709 http:students.resa.netmilewski


1
U.S. History 4/27/09 http//students.resa.net/mil
ewski
  • OBJECTIVE Examine the division of America based
    on the Vietnam War.
  • I. Journal 19 pt.A
  • -Re-read The Working Class Goes to Work
    p.742-743
  • -Answer question (A) p.743
  • -Re-read The Tet Offensive Turns the War
    p.748-749
  • -Answer question (A) p.749
  • II. Journal 19 pt.B
  • -notes on American reactions to the war in
    Vietnam
  • III. Journal 19 pt.C
  • -notes on Vietnam Film

2
The Organizations
  • Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
    believed that the U.S. had been taken over by
    large corporations that controlled the
    government. They called for greater political
    freedom and questioned
  • -dress codes
  • -curfews
  • -mandatory ROTC programs
  • -dormitory regulations

3
The Movement Emerges
  • Many colleges held teach-ins. Basically
    students would occupy various administration
    buildings and other campus facilities and lecture
    against the war.
  • The SDS others organized marches
  • -April 1965 20,000 people in D.C.
  • -November 1965 30,000 people in D.C.
  • -Spring 1967 500,000 people in NYC
  • -October 1967 30,000 in D.C.
  • The views of the students were reflected in the
    music of the era.

4
Irony
  • At age 18 a male could be drafted into military
    service to protect freedom, yet he wasnt allowed
    to vote until 21.
  • In February 1965, the Johnson eliminated student
    deferments.
  • -prior to 1965, if you were enrolled in college
    you were granted a deferment
  • -after 1965, you not only had to be enrolled in
    college, but you had to be in good academic
    standing (like athletic eligibility)

5
1967
  • The U.S. was divided into two camps
  • The doves opposed the war in Vietnam and
    thought we should leave
  • The hawks believed that we should kick commie
    butt in Vietnam.

6
U.S. History 4/28/09 http//students.resa.net/mil
ewski
  • OBJECTIVE Examine the Vietnam War.
  • I. Administration Stuff
  • -Attendance
  • -Progress Reports Due Friday!
  • -Chapter22 Test Monday!
  • II. Film We Were Soldiers
  • -notes on film about Vietnam Day1

7
U.S. History 4/29/09 http//students.resa.net/mil
ewski
  • OBJECTIVE Examine the Vietnam War.
  • I. Administration Stuff
  • -Attendance
  • II. Film We Were Soldiers
  • -notes on film about Vietnam Day2

8
U.S. History 4/30/09 http//students.resa.net/mil
ewski
  • OBJECTIVE Examine the Vietnam War.
  • I. Administration Stuff
  • -Attendance
  • II. Chapter22 Study Guide
  • III. Film Making of We Were Soldiers
  • -notes on film about Vietnam

9
U.S. History 5/1/09 http//students.resa.net/mile
wski
  • OBJECTIVE Examine the Vietnam War.
  • I. Administration Stuff
  • -Attendance
  • -Recap of Parent Teacher Conference
  • II. Geography Skillbuilder
  • -geography application activity on the Ho Chi
    Minh Trail
  • III. Chapter22 Review
  • -review for test on the Vietnam Conflict
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