The 1960s – 1980s Ch 26-27 (Apr 17 – 26)

by Dr. H - April 16th, 2019

Welcome to the final unit of our class. We start off with a look at the 1960s – 1970s, an era of liberal idealism, political activism, global conflict, and rapidly changing American society. Reminder that the Constitutions Module #3 is open until 11:59 pm on May 1.

Mon, April 15: No Class, University Holiday

Wed, April 17: Reading Ch 26, up to p. 871

Links for today:
1960 Election Map
Eisenhower’s Farewell Speech – January 17, 1961
JFK’s Inaugural Speech – January 20, 1961
Port Huron Statement from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 1962
1964 Election Map
1968 Election Map
1972 Election Map

Fri, April 19: Reading Ch 26, rest of the chapter

Handout: Your Questions from Wednesday, Answered

Mon, April 22: Document Workshop, The 1960s + The New Right and its Critics. Bring book to class.

Study Questions for Chapter 27

Wed, April 24: Reading Ch 27, whole chapter. PSA #7 due by classtime.

Fri, April 26: Last in-person class meeting; wrap-up on the 1970s and the rise of conservatism. From here on out, our classes will take place ONLINE ONLY.

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