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Additional Insight and Analysis:The Mattachine Society was founded in Los Angeles in 1951. It was a pioneering advocate for gay rights. Inspired by progress incivil rights, other groups including gay rights were inspired to stand up for their rights more. This included coming “out of thecloset” and celebrating identity rather than pretending to be something else.How is “coming out of the closet” similar to or different from Black Pride?
gave them new importance. What does his popularity and impact on American art reveal about American society post WWII?He deeply impacted the course of art history, as well as American culture, both for Americans themselves and the internationalcommunity at large. He brought the concept of consumerism to the foreground and further popularized the use of art as a reflectionof society, but also as social commentaryHow is feminism similar to or different from these two concepts?What do these movements reveal about the era of conformity post WWII (1945-1960)?In 1969, homosexuals fought back against police harassment, the Stonewall Rebellion, launching a new gay and lesbianliberation movement. The 1970s witnessed a new, rejuvenated gay rights movement. Compare and Contrast the Watts Riot andthe Stonewall Riot.Which one illustrates the greater culture conflict in modern times? What type of culture conflict is it? (think of your conflictcategories from the 1920s)Stonewall because police raided a homosexual bar.6.TheVietnamWar to 1969, pp 612-615 ( Victoria Davis )Main IdeasDefinitions/Explanations/NotesAnalysisAs the United Statesfocused oncontainingcommunism, it facedincreasingly complexforeign policy issues,including decolonization,shifting internationalalignments and regionalconflicts, and globaleconomic andenvironmental changes.Postwar decolonizationand the emergence ofpowerful nationalistmovements inAsia, Africa,and the Middle East ledboth sides in the Cold Warto seek allies among newnations, many of whichremained nonaligned.The Vietnam War to 1969…2.7 million Americans served in the conflict and 58,000died in a failedeffort to prevent the takeover of South Vietnam bycommunist North Vietnam.Early Stages…During the election debates of 1960, the vietnam warwas rarely mentioned in the united states, due to the factbeing that the United States involvement in the war waslittle to nothing and as considered of no concern to them.Explain how the Vietnam War illustratesa post WWII conflict caused bydecolonization. (see page 583 as wellas page 612)After World War II, European countrieslacked the wealth and political supportnecessary to suppress far-awayrevolts. They could not oppose the newsuperpowers the U.S. and the SovietUnion's stands against colonialism.Strong independence movements incolonies.

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Vice President Lyndon B Johnson

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