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11 5/10

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11 5/10
US History:
Leading up to the War
Use your understanding of US history to make a timeline of events leading up to the Vietnam War
Conclusion
Do Now
Take out your essay
Copy down the Lesson EQ
Respond to the following questions in your notes:
Why did we read Of Mice and Men?
How does the book portray our yearlong theme of the American Dream?
Tuesday, May 10th
"From 1964 to 1972, the wealthiest and most powerful nation in the history of the world made a maximum military effort, with everything short of atomic bombs, to defeat a nationalist revolutionary movement in a tiny, peasant country- and failed. When the United States fought in Vietnam, it was organized modern technology versus organized human beings, and the human beings won.
In the course of that war, there developed in the US the greatest antiwar movement the nation had ever experienced; a movement that played a critical part in bringing the war to an end. It was another startling fact of the sixties."
The American Dream
Which of the texts that we've read most closely aligns with your idea of the American Dream?
MLK/Al Sharpton
Crucible
Slave Narratives
Of Mice and Men
Can the dream be achieved?
American Values
How has war shaped our country?
In what ways is it a part of our national identity?
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