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Unit 9 Vocab FALL 17

Unit 9 Vocab

Objector a person who refuses, on moral grounds, to participate in warfare
Domino Theory idea that if a nation falls under communist control, nearby nations will also fall under communist control
Credibility Gap term used to describe the credibility of LBJ and his advisers in regards to the 1960's culture and Vietnam War.
Deferment temporary exemption from military service for multiple reasons.
Guerrilla Warfare unconventional fighting using the element of surprise on the enemy.
Vietnamization President Nixon’s strategy for ending U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, involving the gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops and their replacement with South Vietnamese forces
Counterculture the culture of the young people who rejected mainstream American society in the 1960s, seeking to create an alternative society based on peace, love, and individual freedom
Feminism the belief that women should have economic, political, and social equality with men
de jure segregation segregation by law
de facto segregation segregation that exists by practice and custom
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