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  1. “Jeopardy” Unit Nine JFK , LBJ, and the Civil Rights Movement

  2. Topic 1: 1 point Rebellious Teens and young adults to mainstream society Counterculture

  3. Topic 1: 2 points • A difference of belief among young people and their parents Generation Gap

  4. Topic 1: 3 points Group that rejected the materialism and work ethic of older generations Hippies

  5. Topic 1: 4 points Movement that rejected nonviolence and called for self-reliance. Black Power

  6. Topic 1: 5 points Programs that gave preference to minorities and women in hiring and admissions. Affirmative action

  7. Topic 2: 1 point Most successful Kennedy foreign policy program to help poorer nations. Peace Corp

  8. Topic 2: 2 points Kennedy’s plan for reform of American Society. New Frontier

  9. Topic 2: 3 points Arrested for the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald

  10. Topic 2: 4 points Confrontation that almost led to nuclear war between the United States and Cuba (Via USSR). Cuban Missile Crisis

  11. Topic 2: 5 points Unsuccessful attempt by the U.S. to overthrow Castro. Bay of Pigs invasion

  12. Topic 3: 1 point Program that provides free health care for poor people. Medicaid

  13. Topic 3: 2 points Program begun under Johnson with the passage of the Economic Opportunity Act War on Poverty

  14. Topic 3: 3 points Lyndon B. Johnson’s opponent in the presidential election of 1964. Barry Goldwater

  15. Topic 3: 4 points Johnson’s program to improve American society. Great Society

  16. Topic 3: 5 points Government program to provide medical care to the elderly. Medicare

  17. Topic 4: 1 point Supreme Court decision that banned racial segregation in the nation’s schools.. Brown v. Board of Education

  18. Topic 4: 2 points Groups of people who took busses through the south to try to integrate public accommodations. Freedom Riders

  19. Topic 4: 3 points Court case that affirmed a suspect’s right to refuse to answer questions posed by police. Miranda v. Arizona

  20. Topic 4: 4 points Banned discrimination in employment and public housing. Civil Rights Act of 1964

  21. Topic 4: 5 points Required that the state must provide free lawyers to poor persons accused of a crime. Gideon v. Wainwright

  22. Topic 5: 1 point Lawyer who became the first African-American Supreme Court justice. Thurgood Marshall

  23. Topic 5: 2 points Supreme Court Justice whose decisions extended individual rights and freedoms. Earl Warren

  24. Topic 5: 3 points First African American to play major league baseball. Jackie Robinson

  25. Topic 5: 4 points Communist dictator who led a revolution in Cuba. Fidel Castro

  26. Topic 5: 5 points Replaced John Lewis as head of the SNCC. Stokely Carmichael

  27. Daily Double! As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!

  28. Daily Double! As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!

  29. “Double Jeopardy” Chapter 28 and 29 JFK , LBJ, and the Civil Rights Movement

  30. Topic 1: 2 point Statement made by LBJ to expand U.S. military presence in Vietnam. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

  31. Topic 1: 4 points The belief that if one country fell to communism, neighboring countries would quickly follow Domino Theory

  32. Topic 1: 6 points Name given to communist forces fighting in South Vietnam. Vietcong

  33. Topic 1: 8 points Leader of Communist North Vietnam Ho Chi Minh

  34. Topic 1: 10 points President who withdrew U.S. forces from Vietnam in 1973. Richard Nixon

  35. Topic 2: 2 point John F Kennedy’s opponent in the 1960 election. Richard Nixon

  36. Topic 2: 4 points Dixiecrat candidate in the 1948 election. Strom Thurmond

  37. Topic 2: 6 points Soviet leader who responded to US refusal to remove troops from Berlin by ordering the building of the Berlin Wall. Nikita Khrushchev

  38. Topic 2: 8 points Built to so that East Germans could no longer escape to freedom. Berlin Wall

  39. Topic 2: 10 points Alabama governor who issued an order prohibiting the march from Selma to Birmingham to protest police brutality. George Wallace

  40. Topic 3: 2 point launched the Montgomery Bus Boycott Rosa Parks

  41. Topic 3: 4 points Influential Tennessee woman was a participant in both the civil rights protests and the women’s movement Dianne Nash

  42. Topic 3: 6 points Author of The Feminine Mystiquewhich was an influential book in the 1960s because it energized a new women’s rights movement Betty Friedan

  43. Topic 3: 8 points Proposed to guarantee women equal rights with men Equal Rights Amendment

  44. Topic 3: 10 points Women’s rights organization that fought gender discrimination. National Organization for Women NOW

  45. Topic 4: 2 point Black Muslim leader who called for revolution and was assassinated after changing his views. Malcolm X

  46. Topic 4: 4 points Ordered his men to use police dogs and fire hoses to break up a civil rights march in Birmingham. . “Bull” Connor

  47. Topic 4: 6 points founded by southern black students to coordinate sit-ins Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee SNCC

  48. Topic 4: 8 points One of two senators from Tennessee refused to sign the Southern Manifesto in 1956 Albert Gore Sr. and Estes Kefauver