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HONR 199, April 15 and 18 notes

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Inquiries in Contemporary American Civilization
E. Bruce Geelhoed
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Date Created: 04/20/16
HONR 199 Note Taken April 15 and 18 th Does Matthew Treat Nixon Fairly? (Nixon’s Accomplishments: 1. Vietnam (turned war over to south Vietnamese) 2. Draft (replaced with lottery) – also created an all-volunteer army (female careers were opening in the army) 3. Civil Rights (extends Voting Rights Act of 1970) 4. Environmental Protection Agency (signs Clean Air Act) 5. National Health Insurance (proposed in 1970) 6. SALT Treaty with Soviet Union (1972) 7. Equal Rights (affirmative action) 1970 8. Opening to China (1972-1973) Liberal measures, but he is a conservative Motives: - To take credit away from Teddy Kennedy - Influence by Robert Blake Political Rally in Muncie: The Last Campaign Marshall Hanley was the Muncie attorney at the tine George Hamilton – famous actor, RFK hinted that his daughter is dating him The lights go out during the speech Crush of people, RFK gets heckled, the major issue of the time in the war in Vietnam Gene McCarthy – announces he is a candidate for presidency against Johnson Another Candidate: Hubert Humphrey – a vote for Roger Brangan is a vote for Humphrey


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