The 22nd Amendment, passed in 1951, prevented the very popular Eisenhower or any future president from a third term in office.

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 John F. Kennedy’s greatest disaster as president was   
Answers:his handling of the Cuban Missile Crisis. his visit to Berlin, Germany, just as the Berlin Wall was being constructed. the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. his support for the CIA’s plans to assassinate Fidel Castro.   

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 The Tonkin Gulf Resolution gave President Johnson specific permission to   
Answers:invade North Vietnam. do whatever was necessary to take care of the situation in South Vietnam. assist the South Vietnamese people in overthrowing their government and installing a new leader. All of these choices.   

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 The 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago was marked by   
Answers:Hubert Humphrey’s rousing speech of acceptance. the Chicago “police riot” against antiwar protesters on the third night of the convention. Johnson’s withdrawal from the race immediately after his nomination. the assassination of Robert Kennedy.   

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 The main goal of those who participated in Freedom Summer was to   
Answers:register blacks to vote in the South. pay the poll taxes for blacks so that they could afford to vote. let southern blacks know that there were white people in America who supported them in trying to gain their right to vote. drum up support for the Civil Rights Act of 1964.   

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 All of the following is true about the presidential election of 1960, except   
 The 22nd Amendment, passed in 1951, prevented the very popular Eisenhower or any future president from a third term in office. Eisenhower’s support for Nixon was lukewarm at best. Nixon had built his reputation as an aggressive anti-communist. Kennedy defeated Nixon with a landslide majority of popular votes.   

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 Johnson ran for election in 1964 advocating a “mandate for change,” which he dubbed the   
Answers:Great Society. Fair Deal. Struggle against Poverty. Other America.   
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