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Chapter 38—The Stormy Sixties, 1960-1968 SHORT ANSWER Identify and state the historical significance of the following: 1. John F. Kennedy ANS: Student answers will vary. 2. Robert F. Kennedy ANS: Student answers will vary. 3. Robert S. McNamara ANS: Student answers will vary. 4. Charles de Gaulle ANS: Student answers will vary. 5. Ngo Dinh Diem ANS: Student answers will vary. 6. Martin Luther King, Jr. ANS: Student answers will vary. 7. Medgar Evers ANS: Student answers will vary. 8. Lyndon B. Johnson ANS: Student answers will vary.
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9. Michael Harrington ANS: Student answers will vary. 10. Barry Goldwater ANS: Student answers will vary. 11. Malcolm X ANS: Student answers will vary. 12. Elijah Muhammad ANS: Student answers will vary. 13. Stokely Carmichael ANS: Student answers will vary. 14. J. William Fulbright ANS: Student answers will vary. 15. Eugene McCarthy ANS: Student answers will vary. 16. Hubert H. Humphrey ANS: Student answers will vary.
17. Richard M. Nixon ANS: Student answers will vary. 18. Spiro T. Agnew ANS: Student answers will vary. 19. Curtis LeMay ANS: Student answers will vary. 20. Jack Kerouac ANS: Student answers will vary. 21. Allen Ginsberg ANS: Student answers will vary. 22. George Wallace ANS: Student answers will vary. Define and state the historical significance of the following: 23. flexible response ANS: Student answers will vary. 24. massive retaliation ANS: Student answers will vary.
25. modernization theory ANS: Student answers will vary. 26. "rights revolution" ANS: Student answers will vary. 27. counterculture ANS: Student answers will vary. 28. credibility gap ANS: Student answers will vary. Describe and state the historical significance of the following: 29. New Frontier ANS: Student answers will vary. 30. Peace Corps ANS: Student answers will vary. 31. Bay of Pigs ANS: Student answers will vary. 32. Cuban missile crisis ANS: Student answers will vary.
33. Alliance for Progress ANS: Student answers will vary. 34. Freedom Rides ANS: Student answers will vary. 35. March on Washington ANS: Student answers will vary. 36. War on Poverty ANS: Student answers will vary. 37. Great Society ANS: Student answers will vary. 38. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution ANS: Student answers will vary. 39. Civil Rights Act of 1964 ANS: Student answers will vary. 40. Voting Rights Act of 1965 ANS: Student answers will vary. 41. "black power" ANS: Student answers will vary.
42. Nation of Islam ANS: Student answers will vary. 43. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) ANS: Student answers will vary. 44. Medicare and Medicaid ANS: Student answers will vary. 45. Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 ANS: Student answers will vary. 46. Gulf of Tonkin resolution ANS: Student answers will vary. 47. Six-Day War ANS: Student answers will vary. 48. Palestine Liberation Organization ANS: Student answers will vary. 49. Operation Rolling Thunder ANS: Student answers will vary.

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