King and his followers strove for racial integration and the political inclusion of African Americans They also urged for the use of nonviolent

King and his followers strove for racial integration

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A.Committee for American Democracy B.Freedom Now Party C.Students for a Democratic Society D.Young Americans for Peace Which of the following was nota founding goal of NOW? A.To gain for women all the rights enjoyed by men B.To ensure passage of the Equal Rights Amendment C.To de-criminalize the use of birth control D.To allow women to participate in all aspects of American life In what ways did the birth control pill help liberate women? The birth control pill enabled women to prevent or delay pregnancy, and thus marriage, and to limit the number of children they had. The freedom to control their reproduction also allowed women more opportunity to pursue higher education and work for pay outside the home Key Terms Counterinsurgency- a new military strategy under the Kennedy administration to suppress nationalist independence movements and rebel groups in the developing world Flexible response- a military strategy that allows for the possibility of responding to threats in a variety of ways, including counterinsurgency, conventional war, and nuclear strikes Naval quarantine- Kennedy’s use of ships to prevent Soviet access to Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis
9Great Society- Lyndon Johnson’s plan to eliminate poverty and racial injustice in the United States and to improve the lives of all Americans War on poverty- Lyndon Johnson’s plan to end poverty in the United States through the extension of federal benefits, job training programs, and funding for community development Black separatism- an ideology that called upon African Americans to reject integration with the white community and, in some cases, to physically separate themselves from whites in order to create and preserve their self-determination Black power- a political ideology encouraging African Americans to create their own institutions and develop their own economic resources independent of whites Black pride- a cultural movement among African Americans to encourage pride in their African heritage and to substitute African and African American art forms, behaviors, and cultural products for those of whites Port Huron Statement- the political manifesto of Students for a Democratic Society that called for social reform, nonviolent protest, and greater participation in the democratic process by ordinary Americans Title VII- the section of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibited discrimination in employment on the basis gender

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