1. The most important man of the twentieth century, according to Charles Kaiser was Martin Luther King Junior. He was important for spearheading the civil rights movements that were advocating for social justice between the blacks and the whites.
2. The Diggers were a group of radical activists where were considered as left wings and operated from Haight-Ashbury within the proximity of San Francisco, in additional they were also improvisational actors who had guerrilla kind of a group that was referred to as San Francisco Mime Troupe. The original founding member was Peter Coyote (Perry 284).
3. At Monterey Pop Jimmy Hendrix ended his performance by playing unpredictable version of Wild Thing, then knelt over his guitar as he poured a light on it, then lit it, smashed it on the stage seven times and then threw the remains to the audience.
4. The Black Panther Party arose as a result of frustration by the civil rights movement who were approaching nonviolent strategies in efforts to achieve equality between the black and the whites.
5. The war over poverty was overshadowed by the social injustices due the discrimination by the whites against the blacks.
6. The percentage of Black Americans made up American soldiers in Vietnam War was 12. 6% although the blacks accounted for 11% of the American population (Butler).
7. Martin Luther King hoped live an American citizen who could live, not to be judged by the color of his skin, but by the content of his character.
8. The Columbia’s students wanted to stop construction on a new gym because they found that the University was supporting the involvement of US in the Vietnam.
9. In California, Robert Kennedy’s campaign supported striking workers and the migrant farm workers?
10. According to Nixon, the “ forgotten Americans” were the American who were appealing for peace and through non violence action as they hoped return of normalcy in America after years of violence and assassinations.
11. In several countries in 1968 there were police attacks against civil right movement who were fighting against oppression by government and social injustices.
12. The Mexican government hauled out the bodies of the dead from the police riot in efforts to hide the actual number of people who had been killed at Tlatelco Plaza, although the actual number is has never been revealed.
13. In New York in 1968, women began to share their experiences about feminism that called for equality between men and women.
14. The “ angry white man” phenomenon began after the blacks began to enjoy some equal rights that were exclusively preserved for whites. The whites could not come in term with the fact that they could enjoy same rights as the blacks
15. The students at San Francisco College were protesting in 1969 were triggered by incidences of racism between the blacks and the whites as the whites began to complain that the black minority were being supported by the college through special programs. Differences between ideals about what was right and wrong triggered the riots that ended with settlements and resolutions in March 1969.
16. The space program was founded by Kennedy Space Center
17. At Woodstock West, students from University of Denver made a demonstration to president Nixon the importance of ending the Vietnam war and focus on building rather than burning, hence they built established a shanty town that was referred to as Woodstock West.
18. Vietnamization was a strategy adopted by US during the Vietnam War that was aimed at cease the US military involvement in the Vietnam War. That objective was to be achieved through empowering the Vietnam forces.
19. In 1969, more than one million people marched in the Moratorium protest.
20. Robert Trivers was member of Black Panthers Party who died due schizophrenia overuse of heavy drugs.
21. The demise of the Black Panther Party resulted to the emergence of the New Black Panther Party.
22. The Vietnam vets wanted the Supreme Court to overrule the ruling on justification of the US engagement in Vietnam War because it was unconstitutional.
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Butler, J. S. African Americans in the Vietnam War. 1984. Web. 1 December, 2013. [http://www. english. illinois. edu/maps/poets/s_z/stevens/africanamer. htm]
Perry, C. The Haight-Ashbury: A History. New York: Random House/Rolling Stone Press. 1984. Print.