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List three thing JFK wanted to accomplish with his New Frontier. To increase aid to education.

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List three thing JFK wanted to accomplish with his New Frontier. To increase aid to education.

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  1. List three thing JFK wanted to accomplish with his New Frontier. To increase aid to education. To provide health insurance to the elderly To create a Department of Urban Affairs.

  2. Successes of the New Frontier. List some successes of JFK’s legislative agenda. • JFK convinced Congress to invest more funds in defense and space exploration. This spending did create more jobs and stimulated economic growth. • JFK asked businesses to hold down prices and labor leaders to hold down pay increases. JFK got tough with business to get this to work. • JFK successfully asked Congress to raise the minimum wage. • Several JFK proposals to help create jobs and build low-income housing were approved by Congress.

  3. Setbacks of the New Frontier. List some setbacks of JFK’s legislative agenda. • White Southern Democrats and Republicans viewed JFK’s legislative agenda as too expensive and an increase in the power of the federal government. • Congress refused to pass his tax cuts proposal claiming it would cause inflation. • Congress blocked his plans for health insurance for senior citizens. • Congress also blocked his plans for federal aid to education.

  4. Supreme Court Cases DBQ • What is the main idea of the majority decision in Reynolds v. Sims ? • Uneven electoral districts violated the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. • Why does Justice Harlan disagree with the majority in Reynolds v. Sims ? • He believes it is a state, not a federal issue. • How do you think reapportionment according to “one person, one vote” changed state politics? • Students may suggest that urban dwellers gained more influence.

  5. Visual Chart: Major Decisions of the Warren Court • How did Brown v. Board of Education and Reynolds v. Sims affect the nation? • Brown v. Board of Education made segregation of public schools unconstitutional, requiring they be desegregated. Reynolds v. Sims led to a major restructuring of legislative voting districts. • What three major policy areas did the Warren Court’s decisions affect? • Civil Rights, due process, and freedom of speech and religion.