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  1. Chapter 38—

  2. “The Stormy Sixties”

  3. (pp. 909-938)

  4. Introduction:

  5. The chapter covers the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, including social and economic developments, the civil rights revolution, and the increase involvement of the United States in Vietnam.

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  7. Terms:

  8. John F. Kennedy

  9. (35th President)-

  10. [ - ] • New Frontier-

  11. Peace Corps-

  12. Warren Court-

  13. Gideon v. Wainwright, 1963-

  14. Miranda v. Arizona, 1966-

  15. Martin Luther King, Jr.-

  16. Montgomery Bus Boycott-

  17. sit-in-

  18. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)-

  19. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)-

  20. Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)-

  21. freedom riders-

  22. James H. Meredith-

  23. Eugene “Bull” Connor-

  24. “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”-

  25. George C. Wallace-

  26. March on Washington-

  27. Bay of Pigs-

  28. Cuban Missile Crisis-

  29. Ngo Dinh Diem-

  30. Lee Harvey Oswald-

  31. Lyndon B. Johnson

  32. (36th President)-

  33. [ - ] • “War on Poverty”-

  34. Great Society-

  35. Barry Goldwater-

  36. The Conscience of a Conservative-

  37. Medicare-

  38. Medicaid-

  39. Robert C. Weaver-

  40. Immigration Act of 1965-

  41. Civil Rights Act of 1964-

  42. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission-

  43. Selma to Montgomery March-

  44. Voting Rights Act of 1965-

  45. Stokely Carmichael-

  46. Black Power-

  47. Black Panther Party-

  48. Malcolm X-