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U.S. History Since 1877
Dr. Robert Bauman
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Isaac Notetaker on Friday April 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 111 at Washington State University taught by Dr. Robert Bauman in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see U.S. History Since 1877 in History at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 04/08/16
Isaac Mercado April 6, 16 OVERTURNING SEGREGATION The March on Washington  Aug. 20  1963  The march was to influence the president and congress to end segregation  “I have a dream speech”  The bombing of the church  LBJ  Prelude: JFK: The Man, The Myth, The Legend  Youngest president elected president  JFK barely won the election  Suffered from Addisyn disease  Reckless, womanizer Lyndon B. Johnson: His background and Political Philosophy  From Texas, not sophisticated  Elected congress for New Deal   His first job: Elementary School teacher  Supported the civils rights act  Believe all Americans should be treated equally  Large ego, lived and breathed politics The Civil Rights Act of 1964  Don’t discriminate on public based on race, religion, and sex  No public funding to schools who allowed segregated teachings  1% of deep blacks in the south attended integrated schools, after the civil rights  act 98% of blacks attended integrated schools 4/8/16 CIVIL RIGHTS OF 1964 The Election of 1964  Johnson vs. Goldwater Voting Rights Act of 1965 May 1965 “the great society” the challenge of the next half century, we believe  that we could have accomplish a lot. Was about possibilities, progressivism,  idealism, using social problems to solve issues, was about inclusion in  abundance, quality of life  Begin voting registration in Salma March from Salma to Montgomery on march 7, 1965  LBJ: Great Society Legislation  War on poverty: Head start, Upward Bound, Community Action Programs, Legal  services, VISTA, Community Health Centers, Job Corps, etc.  Medicare: elderly  Medicaid: the poor   Social security Expansion  Elementary and Secondary Act   Higher Education Act  Omnibus Housing Act  Immigration Act of 1965  Heart Disease, cancer and stroke research facilities  National Endowment for the Arts(NEA)   National Endowment for the Humanities(NEH)  Child Nutrition – Food Stamps  Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Rivers Act, Motor Vehicle Air Pollution  Control Act 


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