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This is an in-depth study of the concepts we have covered both in class, in Inquizitive, and the topics we have been told to study. If you have questions about accessing this material then email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A detailed and comprehensive study guide for our first exam.
These notes cover ch. 15-19
This study mainly defines all of the potential ID's that we were provided on our TRACS study guide. It also outlines some major themes of the periods. The ID's are defined up to the section we have not covered yet (will be covered on Monday), the Cold War.
Exam 2 materials
Introduction: A New Unit Begins
- President: Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover
The Great Boom: Prosperity and Scandal
Modern Advertising and the Consumer Economy: Ford, Sloan, and Bernays
Conclusion and Next Time
African American Civil Rights Movement (1950-60s) James Farmer Civil Rights Organizations and Leaders Brown v. Board of Education Brown II and Massive Resistance Little Rock’s Central High School, 1957
These notes cover the Potential ID's for our final exam
Election of 1960
Camelot: The Kennedy Years
One Day in Dallas
LBJ's Legislative Agenda: War on Poverty and the Great Society
The Election of 1964 and Signs of Things to Come
Remember the long essay prompt on the review IS THE ONE ON THE FINAL!
Bay of Pigs
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution