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Wesberry v. Sanders and Reynolds v. Sims – 9. Mapp v. Ohio – 10. Gideon V. Wainwright – 11. Escobedo v. Illinois – 12. Miranda V. Arizona – 13. Engel V. Vitale – 14. Lee Harvey Oswald – 15. Warren Commission – Discussion Questions: 1. What was Kennedy’s New Frontier? 2. Do you think the space race was an important part of the Cold War? Explain your answer?
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3. In what ways did the Warren Court change society in the early 1960’s? 4. What impact did the Kennedy assassination have on the nation and the world? Name_________________________ Hour_____ Chapter 17 Section 3 Study Guide Key Terms and People: 1. Lyndon B. Johnson – 2. War on Poverty – 3. Job Corps –
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4. VISTA – 5. Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) – 6. Tax Reduction Act – 7. Election of 1964 – 8. Great Society – 9. Barry Goldwater – 10. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – 11. Medicaid – 12. Medicare – 13. 1964 Economic Opportunity Act – 14. 1964 Tax Reduction Act – 15. 1964 Civil Rights Act – 16. 1964 Wilderness Protection Act – 17. 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act – 18. 1965 Social Security Amendments – 19. 1965 Voting Rights Act – 20. 1965 Omnibus Housing Act – 21. 1965 Water Quality Act – 22. 1965 Clean Air Act Amendments –
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23. 1965 Higher Education Act – 24. 1966 National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act – 25. 1967 Air Quality Act – 26. Johnson Doctrine – 27. Pueblo incident – Discussion Questions: 1. Why was Lyndon Johnson’s background good preparation for becoming president? 2. Why was Johnson more successful than Kennedy in getting Congress to enact Kennedy’s agenda? 3. In what ways did Johnson’s Great Society change the nation? 4. What foreign-policy issues were important in Johnson’s presidency?
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