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HIS 315L UNIT 5 STUDY GUIDE From the Left to the Right: Great Society Through the War on Terror HOW TO USE THE STUDY GUIDE This study guide is designed to help guide your learning for this unit. Use this structure to generate and organize terms, ideas, questions, and your own key insights from each lesson. As you read, discover, and learn from your course materials, you should continue to add information and evidence from each lesson, and to record your responses to each unit question. By the end of the unit, the work you do in this guide will become a thorough review sheet that you can use to develop strong and well-supported exam essays. PART 1: ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS Before you start your reading for this unit, take a look at the following questions. These questions are important, because they are the broad questions that summarize each day’s lesson. As you read, try to identify information and evidence that can help you answer each question. When you find key passages, note the page numbers and sources, so that you can access this information easily later for studying and assessments. Questions Citation Directions: Preview these questions before reading. Directions: Note page numbers and sources from your readings or the Crash Course videos. TEAM NAME: ______________________________________________
What methods of activism were utilized during the Civil Rights Movements?
What were the defining characteristics of the “Chicano identity” as articulated by Chicano Movement leaders?
How did Nixon’s presidency impact foreign diplomacy, domestic matters and the office of the President?
What is the historical significance of Woodstock?
HIS 315K & 315L | 1
the unraveling Why did America face a “crisis of confidence” in the 1970s and how did President Carter address it?
How effective were President Reagan’s policies in addressing his economic objectives? the outline of American history chapter 13 PART 2: INTRODUCTORY TERMS AND IDEAS To prepare for the beginning of the unit quiz, read and watch all assigned material in Lesson 1. Write the definition, time period and/or date, and historical significance of each term in the space provided, and connect each term to a course Big Idea (American Identities, Reform and Renewal, Self and Society, Labor and Technology, America in the World). The time period and dates will help you to construct historical chronologies in Part 4 of this guide.

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