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HIST173_JFK Class Discussion

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HIST173_JFK Class Discussion HIST173

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Class Discussion on JFK
U.S. History 1865-Present
Dr. Sheridan
Class Notes
JFK, president, dr, Sheridan, lbsu, csulb, class, notes, discussion, hist, hist173
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Date Created: 05/02/16
J  F  Kennedy   -­‐youngest  president   -­‐2  brothers  died   -­‐family   -­‐unhealthy-­‐back  issues   -­‐had  affairs   -­‐Pres  during  the  Cuban  missile  crisi s   -­‐Kennedy  compound  in  Cape  Co d   -­‐catholic   -­‐on  the  back  of  the  half   dollar  coin   -­‐democratic   -­‐conspiracy   -­‐conspiracy  with  Marilyn  Monro e   -­‐pre  during  cold  war     -­‐first  pres  born  in  the  20th  century   -­‐first  pres  that  comes  of  age  where  the  majority  of  Am  have  tvs  in  their  homes     -­‐Eisenhower  was  a  former  military  leade r   -­‐not  youthful  looking   -­‐not  connecting  to  the  pp l     -­‐first  pres  to  utilize  the  media   -­‐utilized  moving  image   -­‐runs  a  close  campaign  with  Nixon   -­‐JFK  was  able  to  outmaneuver  Nixon   -­‐the  first  and  only  catholic  pres     presidency   -­‐pres  for  2  1/2  years   -­‐progressive  on  some  issue s   -­‐didn’t  make  structural  change s   -­‐not  as  effective  as  Truman  about  rac e   -­‐hesitant  about  implementing  racial  issue s     Linden  Banes  Johnson   -­‐VP  of  JFK   -­‐later  becomes  president   -­‐becomes  pres  with  all  these  change s   -­‐the  changes  that  JF  started  were  later  taken  over  by  Johnso n     Religion   -­‐protestant  Christian   -­‐later  presidents  were  mostly  protestant  Christia n   -­‐JFK  broke  the  streak  of  protestant  Christian s     Media   -­‐life  of  the  pres  of  JFK  was  covered  live   -­‐his  life  was  presented  in  video  event s   -­‐because  so  much  of  his  life  was  broadcasted  live,  ppl  felt  more  connected  to  hi m   -­‐Lee  Harvey  Oswald-­‐assassinated  JFK   -­‐publicized  and  shot  by  jack  rub y   -­‐funeral  broadcasted  for  3  days   -­‐captivates  the  imaginations  of  Am   -­‐not  the  first  pres  to  be  assassinated  but  the  first  to  be  assassinated  publicly      


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