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33.In the 1964 election:a.Republicans continued to make gains in the Deep Southb.Republicans made gains in both houses of Congress
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c.voters approved Johnson’s pledge to escalate the war in Vietnamd.Goldwater lost, but did better than expectede.voters expressed their desire for even more radical domestic reformANS:AREF:Page 1323OBJ:AppliedTOP:The election of 1964 (V.D)34.Johnson’s Medicare program provided medical benefits to:REF:Page 1323OBJ:FactualTOP:Landmark legislation (V.E)
35.The legislation passed by Congress at Johnson’s urging in 1965 included all of the following EX-CEPT:REF:Page 1324OBJ:FactualTOP:Landmark legislation (V.E)
36.Changes in immigration law in 1965:REF:Page 1324OBJ:AppliedTOP:Landmark legislation (V.E)
37.In retrospect, Johnson’s war on poverty:a.practically eliminated povertyb.generated middle-class resentment that benefited the Republicansc.kept the United States from devoting sufficient funds to the war in Vietnamd.had practically no effect on poverty levelse.proved that government was incapable of improving societyANS:BREF:Page 1325OBJ:Factual
TOP:Assessing the Great Society (V.F)38.The Voting Rights Act of 1965:REF:Page 1326OBJ:Factual
TOP:Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VI.A)39.Beginning with Watts, the major race riots of 1965 and 1966:
b.started when white mobs attacked blacksc.resulted from blacks being denied the voted.were led by the Black Pantherse.proved the increasing irrelevance of Martin Luther KingANS:AREF:Page 1326OBJ:AppliedTOP:Rise of the black power movement (VI.B)40.By 1966, black leaders like Stokely Carmichael and H. Rap Brown were proponents of what theytermed:REF:Page 1327OBJ:Factual
TOP:Rise of the black power movement (VI.B)

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History, John F Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, President Johnson
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