Young people profoundly influenced trends in popular culture and many experimented with alternative lifestyles in the __________ during the second half of the decade.

Founded in Oakland in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, the __________ advocated self-determination and armed self-defense against police brutality.

A little over a year after the Bay of Pigs fiasco, in October 1962, the installation of Soviet missiles in Cuba prompted the __________, the most dramatic nuclear standoff of the Cold War.

In 1966, Betty Friedan helped found the __________, which advocated an end to laws that discriminated against women, opportunity to work any job, and equal pay for equal work.

In 1966, Congress created __________, a system in which the federal government provided states matching grants to pay for medical costs of poor people of all ages.

The Great Society included an ambitions __________ program designed to encourage physical and economic revitalization of the nation's poorest urban areas.

The __________ consisted of groups of young activists who intentionally distanced themselves from the ideological infighting, communism, and labor organization of the Old Left.

The __________ formed in Minneapolis in 1968 and was inspired by the November 1969 occupation of Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay.

In 1965, Congress passed __________, a health plan providing universal hospital insurance for Americans over 65.

From 1964 to 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson pressed Congress to enact a series of social and economic reforms designed to promote what he called the __________.

In Latin America, Kennedy hoped to counter the appeal of communism and Fidel Castro's successful revolution in Cuba in 1959 by initiating the __________, a multibillion-dollar aid program for Latin America.

During the fall campaign of 1960, Kennedy challenged voters to explore and conquer a __________, which inspired millions of Americans to believe they could improve their country.