Lecture 27

Lecture 27 - American Heritage December 5, 2011 December...

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American Heritage December 5, 2011
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December 5 th , 2011 Review Room schedule for the rest of the semester Review Room is open through Friday, December 9th, but will be closed during the week of finals. Final Test Review days: Thursday, December 8th in 173A SWKT from 9 am to 4 pm. Friday, December 9th in 173 A, 230, 262, and 270 SWKT from 9 am to 4 pm. Student Ratings need to be done by Sunday, December 11th. Please take the time to complete. It is very helpful to get the students input. Final Exam will be in the testing center December 12th -15th (full days) Please note that the exam is NOT offered on the last day of finals! Also, there are NO exceptions if a student misses the exam.
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Objectives Understand changes that occurred after the 1960s. Compare and contrast contemporary understandings of the meaning of freedom. Reflect on how the restored gospel influences our understanding of contemporary political debates.
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What is the Legacy of the Sixties?
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1968 Civil Rights Vietnam Counterculture Assassinations Was the country spinning out of control?
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1968 March: President Lyndon Johnson announces he will not run for re-election
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1968 April 4: Martin Luther King, Jr. assassinated in Memphis, TN
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1968 April 23-27: Student protests at Columbia University
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1968 June 5: Robert F. Kennedy assassinated after the California Democratic Primary
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1968 August 20: Soviet tanks invade Czechoslovakia. Democratic reforms are crushed.
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1968 August 26-28: Democratic National Convention in Chicago
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Democratic National Convention
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