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The Outsiders

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Transcript of The Outsiders

The Outsiders
By Lindsey Bachmann 8c and Angela Sebald 8b Bell 4
Map of Oklahoma
U.S. in the 1960's
Civil Rights Movement
John F. Kennedy's assassination
36th U.S. President
Martin Luther King Jr. assassinated
Woodstock Music Festival
First super bowl in 1967
World in the 1960's
Vietnam war
Cuban missile crisis
Countries gained their independence
China conducts 1st nuclear test
Nelson Mandela-life in prison
Economy and Job Market
Recession began in 1960 and ended in 1961
Millions were unemployed
Huge amounts of poverty
Excess capacity
Slang
Ankle biters-little children
Chrome dome-bald guy
Ding-a-ling-odd person
Hot dog-show off
Juice-inside, confidential information
Tuna (or big tuna)-fat person
Dress and Hair in the 1960's
Big hair was in
Teens also liked their hair loose and flowing
Many teenage boys took on the pompadour hair style
Bell-bottoms were popular
Minimal wearing of jeans
Boys wore leather jackets and jeans
Very difficult
Majority of schools wore a uniform
History and math were favorite subjects
Science and Language were least favorites
Schools in the 1960's
You always want to help your country and you should not be greedy and want to get something, you want to be giving and help your country out
John F. Kennedy's inaugural speech
January 20, 1961
Most famous JFK quote
Greasers and Socs
Greasers:
Working class
Often Latino, Irish, or Italian
Rockers, ton up boys, or hoods
Socs
Wealthy class
Lived on the upper west side
Would often jump greasers
Would get away with anything
Gangs
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Very violent
Committed lots of crimes
Lots of gangs
Teen gangs against other gangs were popular
Senseless violence
tvtropes.org 1/25/14
www.citris.k12.fl.us 1/17/14 ,1/24/14
www.elcoushistorytripod.com 1/25/14
www.endmemo.com 1/24/14
www.european-schoolprojects.net 1/25/14
www.fiftiessweb.com 1/25/14
www.history.com 1/24/14
www.teenviolencestatistics.com 1/25/14
www.ushistory.org 1/25/14
" ...ask not what your country can do for you- ask what you can do for your country."
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