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  1. Jeopardy! Begin

  2. Who? Kennedy Foreign Policy At Home Rights Nam $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. Who? - $100Who said, “I pledge to get the country moving again?” C1-$100 JFK

  4. Who? - $200He resisted the cry for the FBI to investigate organized crime and CR violations? C1-$200 J. Edgar Hoover

  5. Who? - $300Who was the president of Ford before becoming Sec. Of Defense? C1-$300 Robert McNamara

  6. Who? - $400Who lead the “March on Washington” in 1963 to support JFK’s civil rights legislation? C1-$400 Martin Luther King Jr.

  7. Who? - $500Who ran against LBJ in 1964? C1-$500 Barry Goldwater (AuH2O)

  8. Kennedy- $100JFK’s most ambitious proposal and why? C2-$100 Land a man on the moon

  9. Kennedy - $200After meeting Krushchev about Berlin in 1961, JFK called up reserve troops. How did Krushchev respond? C2-$200 Russians built the Berlin Wall

  10. Kennedy - $300What is the term for his foundations for a realistic policy of peaceful coexistence with the Soviets? C2-$300 Detente

  11. Kennedy - $400He is the assassin of JFK? C2-$400 Lee Harvey Oswald

  12. Kennedy - $500Two 1st for JFK? C2-$500 1st Catholic President Youngest President

  13. Foreign Policy- $100When JFK finally sent American troops to Vietnam he called this this? C3-$100 Military Advisers

  14. Foreign Policy- $200This plan called for Cuban anti-communists exiles to take their homeland back? (- bad idea) C3-$200 Bay of Pigs fiasco 1961

  15. Foreign Policy- $300Cuba caused a game of “nuclear chicken” between the U.S. & U.S.S.R. What eventually happened? C3-$300 Krushchev blinked (backed down)

  16. Foreign Policy- $400JFK visited Berlin. What was his most famous statement? What does it mean? C3-$400 Ich bin ein Berliner

  17. Foreign Policy- $500The Soviets crushed a rebellion in Czech in 1968. The U.S. did this? C3-$500 Nothing

  18. At Home - $100LBJ’s famous policy at home? C4-$100 War on Poverty Great Society

  19. At Home - $200LBJ’s policy for the elderly? C3-200 Medicare

  20. At Home - $300This amendment abolished the poll tax (pay to vote)? C3-$300 24th

  21. At Home - $400He was elected President in 1968? C3-$400 Richard Nixon

  22. At Home - $500Violence & cynicism were the cries of these young people of the 60’s? C3-$500 Students for a Democratic Society SDS

  23. Rights- $100The voting rights act of ’65 were passed and a riot broke out in this western city? C4-$100 Los Angeles Watts riots

  24. Rights- $200He was a black muslim who favored black separatism & hated all whites? C4-$200 Malcolm X

  25. Rights- $300He was famous for the “Black Power” movement? (It will smash everything western civilization has created) C4-$300 Stokley Carmichael

  26. Rights- $400He was killed in Memphis Tennessee in 1968? C4-$400 Martin Luther King Jr.

  27. Rights- $500The call (cry) of black militants in the 60’s? C4-$500 Burn, baby, burn

  28. Nam- $100U.S. involvement deepened when the Viet Cong attacked this U.S. AF base in 1965? C4-$100 Pleiku

  29. Nam- $200This was the U.S. basis for going full speed into Vietnam? C4-$200 Gulf of Tonkin

  30. Nam- $300The North Vietnamese struck with full fury at U.S. troops early in 1968? C4-$300 Tet Offensive

  31. Nam- $400The idea of shifting the war burden to the Vietnamese themselves was called? C4-$400 Vietnamization (Johnson Policy)

  32. Nam- $500This was the term for peaceniks? C4-$500 Doves