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 __________.
The most controversial Supreme Court decision on criminal rights was __________ (1966), which expanded the Fifth Amendment's prohibition on self-incrimination.
The __________ consisted of groups of young activists who intentionally distanced themselves from the ideological infighting, communism, and labor organization of the Old Left.
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.
Kennedy approved a CIA plan in January 1961 to train approximately 1,500 Cuban exiles for the so-called __________, but his refusal to provide further assistance led to its failure.
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.
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 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.
In 1965, Congress passed __________, a health plan providing universal hospital insurance for Americans over 65.