to doubt the war after the Tet Offensive 10 James Earl Ray convicted of killing

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to doubt the war after the Tet Offensive 10. James Earl Ray- convicted of killing Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968 and sentenced to 99 years in jail 11. Stokley Carmichael- Carmichael was another more radical activist who coined the term "Black Power." The Black Panthers exemplified black power by developing programs for African Americans to help themselves and their communities. 12. Sirhan Sirhan- assassinated Robert Kennedy, from Jordan, 1st anniversary of the 6 day war 13. Eugene McCarthy- the first antiwar advocate to challenge Johnson for the 1968 Democratic presidential nomination, from Minnesota 14. Andy Warhol- Andy Warhol was an American artist, film director, and producer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. 15. Hubert Humphrey- The democratic nominee for the presidency in the election of 1968. He was LBJ's vice president, and was supportive of his Vietnam policies. This support split the Democratic party, allowing Nixon to win the election for the Republicans. 16. Richard Nixon- Republican president elected in 1968 and 1972. Section 2: The Map 1. Pennsylvania- Andy Warhol was from Pittsburgh 2. New York- RFK was a US Senator from here
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3. Texas- Where LBJ was born and attended college 4. Arizona- Barry Goldwater was a Senator from here 5. Tennessee- MLK was assassinated in Memphis in 1968 6. California- RFK was assassinated in LA in 1968 7. Illinois- There was a massive, violent protest at the Chicago Democratic National Convention in 1968 8. Minnesota- Eugene McCarthy was from here Section 3: Extra Sections 1. LBJ Changes to Domestic America Domestic Policy (pre-1964) Focus on tax cuts, civil rights, and poverty 1. Tax Cut- 4% (JFK idea) 2. Civil Rights Act (1964) -barred discrimination in employment and public accomodations -actually began to enforce school desegregation (Brown v. Board of Education- 1954)
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