The legal restrictions of race and whiteness

The Legal Restrictions of Race and Whiteness Question The of the plan for the Allied invasion of Europe wasOverlord, and it was executed on 6th June 1944 on the French coast of Normandy.
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The German Airborne troops were called the Luftwaffe.
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President Richard Nixon was never tried for his involvement in the Water-gate cover up because he resigned from the presidency (Elish 20).
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Spiro Agnew was the 39TH vice president of the United States of America under President Richard Nixon.
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The two primary objectives of the Women’s Movement were protecting of homes and acting against the negativities of alcohol abuse.
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The Gulf of Tonkin incident occurred on the East coast of North Vietnam and to the West Coast of Hainan Island. Vietnamese torpedo patrol boats attacked the American destroyer Maddox marking the official involvement of the United States of America involvement in the Vietnam War.
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My Lai massacre took place on March 16TH 1968. It was a village with 700 people South East of a United States army base in Danang. It involved the killing of village civilians amounting to between 347 to 504 people killed.
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Tet is the name given to the Vietnamese New Year. The Tet offensive was conducted on the Tet of 1968 by the communist forces on all Southern Vietnamese cities.
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The Iran-Contra was a secret action by the United States that was not affirmed by congress. It happened in 1985 when the United States administration under President Ronald Reagan, supplied weapons to Iran in exchange for hostages that were being held by Hezbollah a terrorist outfit loyal to Ayatollah Khomeini the Iran leader. Proceeds from this sale were given to the Contra guerrillas in Nicaragua. The Contras were armed opposition to Nicaragua’s Sandinista Junta of National Reconstruction, which formed after Anastasio Somoza Dabayle was overthrown from government.
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Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were Two Washington Post reporters who broke out the Water-gate scandal to the public. They got their information from a source they called Deep Throat.
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The Gorbachev policy of Perestroika and Glasnost were the two policies that were put into practice in the USSR. Perestroika was the democratization of the communist party allowing civilians to have a modest ay, in government, and economic reform by allowing some industries to operate semi-privately and ending price control through a semi-free market system. Glasnost meant openness, which increased the freedom of expression in the media and people.
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A group of Communist Hardliners led by his former vice president Gennady Yanayev arrested and imprisoned Gorbachev. President Boris Yeltsin convinced them to release him.
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The destruction of the Berlin Wall marked the symbolic end of the Cold-War.
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President Clinton was impeached because for high crimes of perjury, abuse of power and obstruction of justice. The allegations against him were not enough to impeach him out of office successfully.
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The results of the 2000 presidential elections saw George Washington Bush winning the presidency.
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The birth control pill has defined the 20th Century by giving women an upper hand in dictating when to fall pregnant unlike before it was discovered where they relied on luck or fate. The birth control pill has made it easier to control unwanted pregnancies and control population.
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The Bay of Pigs was a military incursion into Cuba by exiles that were trained and supported, by the United States government, to try and overthrow the dictatorship regime of President Fidel Castro. Their action was unsuccessful because they did not receive the expected from the locals.
Work Cited
Elish D. The Watergate Scandal. Illustrated Edition. Scholastic Library Pub, 2007. Print.