Rebellion and Reaction

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Rebellion and Reaction The 1960s and 1970s
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The SDS and the New Left New Left American affluence Expansion of college attendance – students as social critics Atomic issues Civil rights Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) “Agenda for a Generation” – Tom Hayden criticized students for their apathy; call for social reform Campus protests
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Issues on Campus Students protested in loco parentis End dress codes Curriculum changes End single sex dorms Vietnam issues “untruths” of war Draft issues Opposed ROTC programs and corporate defense work “teach ins” to educate students about Vietnam
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Vietnam Summer - 1967 Stop the war effort Stop the Draft Week – Oct 16 – 21 March on the Pentagon – 50,000 Activists Jerry Rubin, Abbie Hoffman, Dr. Benjamin Spock Dagmar Wilson – Women’s Strike for Peace SDS – increasingly militant Police as “pigs” Many find the group too radical
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The New Music 1964 – The Beatles Rolling Stones, the Doors, Janis Joplin “Psychedelic” music Grateful Dead Jefferson Airplane Jimi Hendrix Black recording artists – Motown Stevie Wonder Supremes Temptations
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Election of 1968 Democratic convention – August – Chicago Police provoked violence (10,000 demonstrators; Party is in ruins Hubert Humphrey nominated Republican Party – August – Miami Richard Nixon nominated without incident American Independent Party – nominated George Wallace of Alabama - segregationist
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Victory for Nixon Close race Nixon – 43.4% of votes – 301 e.c.
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2008 for the course HIST 100 taught by Professor Hist during the Spring '08 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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