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In-class Review

by: Carina Sauter

In-class Review HIST 2112

Carina Sauter
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These notes cover all the major themes discussed in the in-class review. These ideas are essential to understand for the final exam and term-identification.
American History Since 1865
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carina Sauter on Saturday April 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 2112 at University of Georgia taught by Dr. Rohrer in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see American History Since 1865 in History at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 04/30/16
5 ID’s, 2 Short Essays Themes: 1. Evolving role of federal government a. People’s view of government b. ID’s i. Watergate Scandal 2. Post WW Liberalism (rise and fall) a. ID’s: i. LBJ and his policies – The Great Society (Medicare, head start); civil rights act ii. Election of 1964: post war liberalism – Goldwater (The Conscience of a Conservative) emerges as conservative and destroyed à rumblings of conservatism but liberalism still in tact iii. JFK’s New Frontier 3. Conservatism (rise) a. William Buckley b. Ronald Reagan and Election of 1980 c. The Conscience of a Conservative – Goldwater d. John Birch Society e. Evangelical Christianity f. Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) and National Review and Sharon Statement g. Why conservatism? i. Watergate Scandal ii. Vietnam Syndrome iii. Sunbelt iv. Cold War 1. In 70’s: more lenient in pushing back communists and conservatives call for more action and criticizes de-escalation v. Economic downturn 1. Stagflation: demonstrates failures of liberalism 2. Deregulation 4. Cold War: US and the world a. Think about how Cold War intersections rise of conservatism b. Containment c. US’s role in the world d. ID’s: i. Military Industrial Complex ii. National Defense Education Act iii. Vietnam, Viet Cong and Ho Chi Minh iv. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution v. Operation Rolling Thunder vi. John Kerry – Vietnam veteran who criticized war effort (speech) vii. Gorbachev and Glasnost – political openness/discourse viii. Perestroika – more economic reforms ix. “Opening of China” x. June Cleaver 5. Race Relations a. Civil rights success and failures b. ID’s: i. Freedom Summer ii. Jim Crow Etiquette Norms iii. Jim Crow Laws iv. Malcom X v. Civil Rights act of 1964 vi. Stokely Carmichael 1. Writer of Black Power; celebrate black culture and wanted separatism, leader of SNCC; militant phase vii. Black Panthers viii. Black Power ix. Voting rights act x. Southern Strategy xi. Little Rock Crisis xii. Executive Order 9981 – military xiii. Voting Rights Act xiv. Hurricane Katrina – structural inequalities (housing, pay) of federal government – no immediate federal relief for African Americans


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