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Chapter 20, #2

In 1961, what goal did President Kennedy commit NASA and the nation to? landing a man on the moon within the decade
What was the New Frontier program called that assisted people in developing nations by sending young volunteers? Peace Corps
What was the name for President Kennedy's "inner circle" of advisers? Best and Brightest
What religion was John F Kennedy a member of? Catholic
Who was the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court during much of the 1950's and 1960's who advocated for increased criminal rights? Earl Warren
What Supreme Court decision ruled that all suspects must be read "their rights?" Miranda vs Arizona
What was the name of the failed attempt by the US to overthrow Castor with CIA trained ex-Cubans? Bay of Pigs
What was the main reason for the construction of the Berlin Wall? to stop East Germans from fleeing to West Berlin
Created by: PLHShistory