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section 10

social studies for 4th grade

When did WWII end? 1945
What was a baby boom? An unusal increase in the number of births
How had life changed in Ohio by the 1960? the first interstate highways were built, shopping centers were made, and people move to the suburbs
What did Ohioans do for fun in the 1950s? listen to rock'n'roll,took vacations, used big cars, and had tv's!
Who was our youngest elected president? John F. KENNEDY
Who was john glenn? the first american to circle earth
Who was neil armstrong? first person to walk on the moon
what does assassinated mean? murdered for political reasons
When was JFK assassinated? November, 22, 1963
Who became president after JFK was assassinated? Lyndon Baines Jhonson
What did LBJ do as president? began a program to end poverty and the unfair treatment of different groups of america.
Name an important Ohioan in the women's movement? Gloria Stienem
What problems did women face in the workplace? they did the same jobs as men but did not get the same pay
Name two african americans in ohio who held important roles in government in the 1960s? Carl and Louis Stakes
Why was the Vietnam war fought? North Vietnam wanted to take over the country South Vietnam
People who played important roles in Ohio's government? Charles and Louis Stokes
Who killed Kennedy? Aswalt
Who killed Aswalt? Rubby
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