Kennedy and LBJ. C-4 – Explicitly Assess information and draw conclusions. US History. Lincoln and JFK. http://www.school-for-champions.com/history/lincolnjfk.htm. What is your vision of JFK ? How has America remembered him and why?.
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Kennedy and LBJ
C-4 – Explicitly Assess information and draw conclusions
What is your vision of JFK? How has America remembered him and why?
Using the images, list adjectives that would describe JFK and his administration?How do they support or refute your initial vision? How might they add to your vision?
The Kennedy Years
S. Vietnamese President
JFK and Ike
LBJ in Office
September 1965, Johnson signed the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act into law, creating both the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities as separate, independent agencies.
Public Broadcasting Act 1967 “It will give a wider and, I think, stronger voice to educational radio and television by providing new funds for broadcast facilities. It will launch a major study of television's use in the Nation's classrooms and their potential use throughout the world. Finally — and most important — it builds a new institution: the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Compare and Contrast JFK and LBJ
What were their visions?
Where did their ideas come from?
What problems did they face?
Who was the better president?
Baker v. Carr- 1962
Federal courts have the power to determine the constitutionality of a State's voting districts. (This case argued that the voters of urban areas where population had grown were denied equal protection of the law as guaranteed by the 14th Amendment.
Mapp v. Ohio - 1961 - Search and Seizure
Searches must be legal to count (Exclusionary rule)
Gideon v. Wainright - 1963 - Right To Counsel
All citizens get lawyer/ no cost if needed
Escobedo v. Illinois - 1964 - Right To Counsel
Applied exclusionary rule to confessions/ lawyer when asked
Miranda v. Arizona - 1966 - Rights of the Accused
Read your rights when arrested
Engle v. Vitale - 1962 - Separation of Church and State
Prayer in schools unconstitutional, est. clause
Abbington v. Schempp - 1963 - Separation of Church and State
Religious instruction violates 1st amendment
Tinker v. Des Moines - 1969 - Symbolic Speech
Constitutional rights protected in schools
Katz v. United States - 1961 - Search and Seizure (Wiretaps)
Protects privacy even in some public areas