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1972. 1984. The “Age of Limits”. The Age of Limits MAIN THEMES How existing social norms were greatly challenged and to some extent altered by movements of youth, ethnic minorities, and women.

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the age of limits

1972

1984

The “Age of Limits”

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The Age of Limits

  • MAIN THEMES
  • How existing social norms were greatly challenged and to some extent altered by movements of youth, ethnic minorities, and women.
  • That President Nixon and his national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, believed that stability in a "multipolar" world could be achieved only by having the United States forge a new relationship with China and seek détente with the Soviet Union.
  • How the scandals collectively known as Watergate brought about the downfall of Richard Nixon.
  • That President Reagan's optimistic personality and his brand of conservatism, which included both a reduced role for government in the economy and a greater emphasis on military spending, combined to spell political success for the president and his Republican Party.
  • How and why the New Right came to offer a significant challenge to the liberal consensus that had dominated American politics since the New Deal.
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The Youth Culture
    • The Counterculture
    • The New Left
      • SDS
      • Berkeley revolts
      • Anti-Militarism
    • The Legacy?
      • American Foreign Policy
      • Political
      • Cultural
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The Mobilization of Minorities
    • The Indian Civil Rights Movement
    • Latino Activism
    • Gay Liberation
  • The New Feminism
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The Indian Civil Rights Movement

1953-Termination Policy

1968- American Indian Movement (AIM)

1973/1890: Wounded Knee

Leonard Peltier

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The Mobilization of Minorities
    • Latino Activism

1980 – Marielitos Cubans

      • Expanded immigration

1965 - Immigration Act (no national quotas)

      • Cesar Chavez
      • La Raza, Unida
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Gay Liberation

1960 - “Stonewall Riot”

-“Coming Out”

-AIDS

1993- Do ask Don’t Tell

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The New Feminism

1960 - NOW

    • Failure of Equal Rights Amendment
    • The Abortion Controversy

1973 - Roe Vs. Wade

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Politics and Economics Under Nixon
    • Domestic Initiatives
      • Affirmative Action
      • Abolish OEO
    • The Third World
      • Portugal v. Angola

Richard M. Nixon (Library of Congress)

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Politics and Economics Under Nixon
    • From the Warren Court to the Nixon Court
    • Warren Court

1962 – Engel v. Fink (Prayer in Public School)

1966 - Miranda Vs. Arizona (Miranda Warning)

    • Rhenquist Court

1971 – Swann v. Mecklenburg Board of Education

(Busing)

1972 – Furman v. Georgia (Capital Punishment)

1973 – Roe v. Wade

1974 - Milliken Vs. Bradley (inter district school transfers)

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Politics and Economics Under Nixon
    • The Election of 1972
      • George Wallace
      • Watergate
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Politics and Economics Under Nixon
    • The Nixon Response
      • Stagflation
      • OPEC
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The Watergate Crisis
  • The Scandals
  • The Fall of Richard Nixon

“What did the president know and when did he know it?”

Senator Howard Baker

“Our long national nightmare is over.”

Gerald Ford

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Politics and Diplomacy After Watergate
    • The Ford Custodianship

Gerald Ford (Library of Congress)

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Politics and Diplomacy After Watergate
    • Human Rights and National Interests

Jimmy Carter (Library of Congress)

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Politics and Diplomacy After Watergate
    • The Year of the Hostages
      • Iranian fundamentalism
      • Soviet invasion
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The Rise of the American Right
    • The Sunbelt and Its Politics
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The Rise of the American Right
    • The Tax Revolt
    • Religious Revivalism and the Emergence of the New Right
      • Evangelism
      • “Christian Right”
      • Conservatism
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The Rise of the American Right
  • The Campaign of 1980
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The “Reagan Revolution”
    • Reagan in the White House

Ronald Reagan (Library of Congress)

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The “Reagan Revolution”
  • “Supply-Side” Economics
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The “Reagan Revolution”
    • The Fiscal Crisis
      • Deficit Spending
      • Tax Cuts
      • Cuts on Domestic Spending
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The “Reagan Revolution”
    • Reagan and the World
      • SALT II
      • Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI)
      • Reagan Doctrine
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The “Reagan Revolution”
    • The Election of 1984
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OBJECTIVES

  • A thorough study of Chapter 32 should enable you to understand:
    • The reasons for the rise of the New Left and the counterculture.
    • The problems of American Indians and Hispanics and the nature of their protest movements.
    • The meaning of the new feminism.
    • The Nixon-Kissinger policy for terminating the Vietnam War and the subsequent Paris peace settlement.
    • The changes in American foreign policy necessitated by the new perception of the world as multipolar.
    • The ways in which the Supreme Court in the Nixon years began a change to a more conservative posture and the reasons for this change.
    • The reasons for the decline in the American economy in the early 1970s and President Nixon's reaction to the decline.
    • The significance of Watergate as an indication of the abuse of executive power.
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OBJECTIVES

  • A thorough study of Chapter 33 should enable you to understand:
    • The efforts of President Gerald Ford to overcome the effects of Richard Nixon's resignation.
    • The rapid emergence of Jimmy Carter as a national figure and the reasons for his victory in 1976.
    • Carter's emphasis on human rights and its effects on international relations.
    • Carter's role in bringing about the Camp David agreement and the impact of this agreement on the Middle East.
    • Why the United States had so much difficulty in freeing the hostages held by Iran and the effect of this episode on the Carter presidency.
    • The political importance of the rise of the Sunbelt and the increasing strength of conservative evangelical Christianity.
    • The nature of the "Reagan revolution" and the meaning of "supply-side" economics.
    • The staunchly anticommunist Reagan foreign policy.