John F. Kennedy%27s New Frontier

John F. Kennedy%27s New Frontier - Camelot c. The New...

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Day Seventeen John F. Kennedy’s New Frontier Key Questions: Why was John F. Kennedy so popular early in his presidency? What were the major initiatives of the Kennedy presidency? How and why did students become politically active in the 1960s? What were the political and cultural effects of student activism? Key Terms: John F. Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy Norman Mailer Richard Nixon New Frontier Peace Corps Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Tom Hayden Port Huron Statement William F. Buckley, Jr. Sharon Statement Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) Free Speech Movement (FSM) Mario Savio Freedom Summer Prairie People Ken Kesey Haight-Ashbury Woodstock Altamont Charles Manson Lecture Outline: I. The Great Hope of a New Generation a. The Rise of JFK b.
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Unformatted text preview: Camelot c. The New Frontier II. Students and Political Culture in the 1960s a. The Rising Importance of the University in American Society b. Timeline of a Movement c. The New Left c.i. Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) c.i.1. Tom Hayden c.i.2. The Port Huron Statement c.ii. The Free Speech Movement (FSM) c.ii.1. Civil Rights Activism c.ii.2. Black Friday and Berkeley c.ii.3. Mario Savio d. The New Right d.i. The Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) d.i.1. Political Precedents d.i.2. William F. Buckley III. From Protest to Rebellion a. Forces of Change on the Student Left b. The Counter Culture b.i. Prairie People b.ii. Hippies c. From a Culture of Life to a Culture of Death c.i. Woodstock c.ii. Altamont c.iii. Charles Manson...
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