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Title: Quarterly 2 Jeopardy Review


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Quarterly 2 Jeopardy Review
Initial Vocabulary Civil Rights Crisis Abroad Presidential Programs Policies Vietnam Begins with a C
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Womens rights organization founded in 1966
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National Organization for Women (N.O.W.)
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Frequently militant organization that was formed
in 1968 to work for Native American Rights.
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AIM American Indian Movement
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an area separating hostile nations where neither
side is allowed to have military forces.
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DMZ Demilitarized Zone
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This proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution
to protect womens rights was never ratified
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ERA Equal Rights Amendment
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thermo-nuclear weapon much more powerful than
the atomic bombs dropped on Japan.
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H-Bomb (Hydrogen Bomb)
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Programs that make special efforts to hire or
enroll minorities
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Affirmative Action
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This court case gave women the right to an
abortion during the first 3 months of pregnancy
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Roe v Wade
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Non-violent civil rights leader for Latino rights
and farmers rights.
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Cesar Chavez
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Prohibited discrimination because of race,
gender, religion national origin
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Civil Rights Act of 1964
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These groups were responsible for the turn in the
Civil Rights Movement from non-violent to more
militant
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AIM (American Indian Movement) Black Panthers/
Black Power
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This Asian nation was divided following the
departure of the French in 1954
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Vietnam
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The U.S.S.R. put up a wall in this city to keep
Communists from fleeing to a democracy
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Berlin, Germany
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This improved relations between the United States
and the Soviet Union during Kennedy's
administration by barring nuclear testing in the
atmostphere
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Limited (Nuclear) Test Ban Treaty
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Extremely tense time when a nearby country had
nuclear weapons facing toward us
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Cuban Missile Crisis
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When JFK approved an invasion of Cuba to take
out communist leader Fidel Castro
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Bay of Pigs Invasion
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President Kennedy increased funding for this
agency to push forward the U.S. space program
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NASA (National Aeronautics and Space
Administration)
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President Johnsons Great Society programs
focused on protecting civil rights and fighting
this
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Poverty
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Nixons plan for the gradual withdraw of U.S.
troops in order for the South Vietnamese to
assume more responsibility for the war. Peace
with Honor
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Vietnamization
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This program begun by President Johnson
provides health care for the elderly
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Medicare
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A policy developed during the Kennedy
administration, that involved preparing for a
variety of military responses to international
crises rather than focusing on the use of nuclear
weapons.
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Flexible Response
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This massive Communist attack in Vietnam in 1968
was a military victory for the U.S. but a
political defeat
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Tet Offensive
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the difference between what was being reported
by the Johnson administration about the war and
what was really happening.
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Credibility Gap
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South Vietnamese communists who used guerilla
warfare against Americans and South Vietnamese
troops
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Vietcong
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Due to the impact television had on Vietnam, it
was given this nickname
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The Living Room War
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This provided President Johnson the power to
expand the war in Vietnam without the approval of
Congress and this took that power away
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Gulf of Tonkin Resolution War Powers Act
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The governments investigation into the
assassination of President Kennedy.
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The Warren Commission
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the increase and spread of nuclear weapons
throughout the world.
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  • Proliferation

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Nickname applied to President Kennedys
administration because of its youth, energy,
idealism
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Camelot
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The legislation that sought to end the
disenfranchisement of African Americans by
eliminating literacy tests.
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The Voting Rights Act of 1965
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The term for the young people of the 1960s that
adopted values different from those of mainstream
society
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Counterculture
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