History of the United States (1964–1980) Essay | Essay

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1960's Reform

Summary: Essay contains analysis of the reforms taken place in the 1960's and poses a view on the originality of this era compared to previous reform movements.
The culture, lifestyle, and direction of America that resulted from the 1960's were, without question, a unique chapter in its history. However, this can be said of all reform movements throughout American history. It is because of this that the 1960's, though containing several different aspects, were to a high degree, an extension of all previous reforms of America.

The 1960's, like prior incidents, were a direct result of the previous decade. The apparent conservative reactionary mindset that came with Eisenhower and the 1950's led to the liberal activist attitude of Johnson and the 1960's. Contiguously, the same can be said for all other times when converse, radical positions were taken to those that were accepted by society. But, as a result of this, these new views were then taken to be the norm, creating a sinusoidal effect. The republican, affluently driven 1820's, under John Quincy Adams, with...

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