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Unit 26

Major party presidential candidates in 1960: Kennedy and Nixon
Kennedy's legislative program was called: New Frontier
Problems Kennedy faced with Cuba were: Bay of Pigs and the Missile Crisis
Lyndon Johnson's legislative program was called: Great Society
Major party presidential candidates in 1964: Johnson and Goldwater
Affected by Supreme Court decisions in the 1960s: rights of accused persons
Tactic by blacks to integrate lunch counters: sit ins
Communist guerrillas in South Vietnam: Viet Cong
Permitted US build up in Vietnam: Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Civil Rights leader assassinated in 1968: Martin Luther King Jr
Presidential candidate assassinated in 1968: Robert F Kennedy
Communist offensive that hurt US cause: Tet
Decided not to run for president in 1968: Lyndon B Johnson
Major Party presidential candidates in 1968: Humphrey and Nixon
Independent presidential candidate in 1968: George Wallace
Created by: kamryn__13