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    US History from WWII to Present.

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    Question 1. What was Kennedy's New Frontier? How did it compare to the Square Deal, the New Deal, and the Fair Deal? How did Kennedy merge domestic and foreign affairs in the New Frontier, when prior presidents tended to separate domestic issues ("deals") and international issues ("doctrines"). Finally, measure the success of the New Frontier.

    Question 2. What was the Great Society? What was LBJ's vision for the nation under a Great Society? What were the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Great Society? Was it a success or a failure?

    Question 3. What were the causes and consequences of the Cuban Missile Crisis? How close to the brink were the US and USSR? What is the status of the Cuba and US relationship today?

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    Question 1. What was Kennedy's New Frontier? How did it compare to the Square Deal, the New Deal, and the Fair Deal? How did Kennedy merge domestic and foreign affairs in the New Frontier, when prior presidents tended to separate domestic issues ("deals") and international issues ("doctrines"). Finally, measure the success of the New Frontier.

    The term the "New Frontier" that was coined by John F. Kennedy was the term used by his administration to outline the new objectives that were going to be pursued by his administration on social issues, foreign policy, issues, and other issues of great importance to the United States during the turbulent times of his presidency. The opportunities and threats as well as the aspirations of the American people were deserved of a new frontier according to Kennedy, and therefore, he wanted to implement social reform as well as economic reform that would initiate this new era in American hegemony. To achieve this goal, the president wanted to develop legislative actions that would ensure that his wide agenda could be achieved as it was an ambitious approach by the administration to take on so many challenges at one time.

    Some of the main objectives of the president's new goal was to implement policies that would boost the economy, create better relations with foreign countries, and engage in social safety net programs that would offer assistance to Americans in need. Toward the tail end of his presidency before he was assassinated, he also began to champion Civil Rights laws that would seek to provide some solace and protection to African Americans. Some of the programs that were attempted included raising the Social Security benefits, the creation of a Medicare program for Americans, and federal funds to support education as well as urban inner cities. Unfortunately for Kennedy, his mandate was severely limited because of his inability to control the Senate or the House, and therefore, he was not able to cultivate the necessary coalitions to bring together his legislative intentions on most of the programs. ...

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    The US History from WWII to Present is determined.

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