AP U.S. History Notes

1960-1970


  • 1961
    • Freedom rides
    • Twenty-third Amendment gives District of Columbia the right to vote for President
    • Berlin crisis
    • Peace Corps
    • Bay of Pigs
    • 16,000 in Vietnam
  • 1962
    • University of Mississippi integrated
    • Cuban Missile Crisis
  • 1963
    • Civil Rights march on Washington
    • JFK assassinated
    • Feminine Mystique
  • 1964
    • Free speech movement at Berkeley
    • Beatles
    • Twenty-fourth Amendment outlaws the poll tax
    • War on poverty
    • Gulf of Tonkin
  • 1965
    • Great Society
    • Operation Rolling Thunder in Vietnam
    • Malcolm X assassinated
  • 1966
    • Black Power
    • France withdraws from NATO
    • N. O. W. formed
  • 1967
    • Detroit Riot
    • Peace movement in the U. S.
  • 1968
    • Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther Kin murdered
    • Tet Offensive
    • Johnson won't seek re-election
    • Richard Nixon elected President
  • 1969
    • Vietnamization
    • First man on the moon
    • Nixon proposed New Federalism
  • 1970
    • Massacre at Kent State
    • EPA established
    • Cambodian invasion creates anti-war turbulence
    • SALT talks begin

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