Anticipatory Set. Answer the following question with your neighbors: How can a leader motivate and influence the public? Can you think of a leader in your life who motivates and influences you? Explain. Kennedy and the Cold War Time Line.
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Draw a diagonal line across your page and label the following years:
1957, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963
Use your outline and book to match the following events to the correct years. Some years may have more than one event:
In groups of 3, use your notebook/text book to answer the following questions about the events in your time line:
voter restlessness; economic recession; successful TV debate; openness about his religion; helping MLK; good looks & charisma; well-organized campaign; Kennedy family wealth
invaders killed or jailed; JFK embarrassed; public relations victory for Castro; ransom paid to release invaders
Berlin Wall built; flow of refugees reduced
Khrushchev’s prestige damaged; Kennedy criticized; Cuban exiles switched allegiance from the Democratic Party to Republican; Castro banned flights between Miami and Cuba
To allow the US and SU leaders to communicate at once should another crisis arise
Ban the explosion of nuclear devices in the atmosphere