HIS-135 WK3 CP1 - people of different races would be able...

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Kennedy’s New Frontier CheckPoint Jose Gonzalez Axia College of University of Phoenix 1
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Kennedy’s New Frontier CheckPoint With the New Frontier it seemed President Kennedy was attempting to unite the country. A country divided of course can not be a country of peace and freedom. This appears to be what President Kennedy’s goal was at the time, because the issues we were facing with war out side of the country. With civil war inside the United States how can we win a war outside of the country? I feel President Kennedy knew we would have a stronger country as well as an army if
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Unformatted text preview: people of different races would be able to get along as if there was no difference between us. His first attempt was to integrate the school system, I assume because he thought it would be easier to convince the youth instead of the older citizens which seemed to be stuck in their ways. Therefore, the New Frontier seemed to be President Kennedys attempt toward a place that could truly be called The Land of The Free. 2...
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