• The Coup of Ngo Dihn Diem
    instead gain opposition from both his own people and his United States supporter. This is what eventually led to the CIA- approved coup of November 1963. Though Diem was, in essence, a puppet politician installed by the U.S, He quickly began pulling his own strings. Diem was first brought to...
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  • Lyndon B Johnson
    The American Teacher of Equality On November 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. This tragedy pushed Lyndon Baines Johnson into the presidency. A man broadly thought to be one of the most skilled and brilliant politicians of his time. One of only four men in history...
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  • Politics and Social Change in the 1960s
    Alabama—stepped aside when federal marshals arrived o Kennedy addressed moral issue of the US High point of integrationist phase occurred in August 28, 1963 o 200,000 blacks and white marched on Washington DC Mall o March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom o King’s I have a Dream speech Racial harmony never...
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  • Myanmar
    adjoining area of Bangladesh. As a result of the June 2012 riots between the Rohingyas and local Buddhists in Rakhine state, nearly 100,000 Rohingyas were affected apart from a large number of local Buddhists; approximately 20,000 Rohingyas fled from the riot affected areas and tried to move into Bangladesh. ...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    Beluch populations have been living in the forged Pakistani nationalism still regional and racial differences very often erupts into armed conflicts and riots. Bangladesh has its problem in Chittagong Hill Tracts. All these problems in South Asia are hindering the national integrity in the region. AIM ...
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  • Detroit Riots
    February 2013 Newspaper analysis Tara Saunders Race riot in Detroit (June 20, 1943) The Detroit Riots, an article from The Chicago daily tribune was published three days after the riots. It talks more about the aftermath of the riots, after troops were ordered in and how it portrays the United...
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  • Vietnam War
    of the Buddhist religion; Buddhism is a religion that believes in the God Buddha or also known as the “Enlightened One”. Buddha taught that suffering is eliminated when you understand the true beauty of the world. Enlightened also meant free from suffering and to possess true wisdom. Buddhists do not...
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  • History of Malaysia
    a compact and neat package. To do so would be misleading because history is never neat and the federation which is now known as Malaysia was, until 1963, a fluid and bureaucratically untidy conglomeration of disparate and very varied parts. This book does not pretend Malaysia’s past was neat but tries...
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  • Paper Written
    thousands more were driven out and displaced by the destruction of their homes and work-places. There were two novel features that made these communal riots a departure from previous incidents: one, violence was not confined to urban areas but also occurred in the countryside; and two, adivasis participated...
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  • Injustice Anywhere
    College. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." These powerful words were penned in a letter from a prison cell of Birmingham Jail in 1963, by one of America's best known advocate of equal rights - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. According to him, all humans are caught in an inescapable network...
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  • Peiris
    Pakistan including its Bengali-speaking Hindu minority, for Bengali to be accorded a similar status. Agitation against this measure, which included riots and street demonstrations, evoked harshly repressive measures, an enhancement of the importance of language as an ingredient of national consciousness...
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  • Tourism
    representations. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to explore: 1) What heritage of six major religions (i.e., Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Jain) in India is represented to domestic tourists by the three Indian tourism representations (i.e., Indian Government, Indian Trade, and...
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  • grgfds
    Kennedy John F. Kennedy, White House photo portrait, looking up.jpg 35th President of the United States In office January 20, 1961 – November 22, 1963 Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson Preceded by Dwight D. Eisenhower Succeeded by Lyndon B. Johnson United States Senator from Massachusetts In office ...
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  • Chinese History
    classical texts, wrote commentaries on them. The most influential of these philosophers was Zhu Xi ( b11301200), whose synthesis of Confucian thought and Buddhist, Taoist, and other ideas became the official imperial ideology from late Song times to the late nineteenth century. As incorporated into the examination...
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  • Religion and Ethnic Groups
    between a follower, or disciple, and the Buddha is the same as a teacher has with his or her students. Buddhists place more emphasis on self-discipline and self-reliance rather than having blind faith. Buddhists are accepting of all other religions and faiths. They are all about reasoning, understanding, and...
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  • Burma Crisis
    BURMA CRISIS It all started as a struggle for independence between Buddhist and Muslims in Burma at the same time when Pakistan got its freedom. Roghinya are Muslim minority and Arakanese are Buddhist majority. Many atrocities took place over the years but the recent one is the most horrific. Crisis...
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  • The Self Immolation of Thich Quang Duc.
    Farin Kautz September 24th 2010 Professor Thompson English 1. The year is 1963 , future pulitzer prize winner & photojournalist Malcolm Browne is photographing the realities of life in Southern Vietnam . On June 11th he captures what is widely accepted as one of the most infamous photos of...
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  • Causes of the War 1954-63 South Vietnam
    Explain the causes of the conflict in South Vietnam between 1954 and 1963. The conflict in South Vietnam in the 1950s and early ‘60s was the result of a series of political, economic and social factors, all centering around the difficulties of the Diem regime. Perhaps the biggest problem faced...
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  • The Cambodias Best-Known Literatureculture Hero
    took him to one Buddhist monastery named Pothiprek, located in Kandal Provice (Kandal Provinnce is located in the south of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, about 10 kilometres) so that he could be instructed Khmer literature by Keo Morm. When he turned 14 (1897), he became Buddhist monk and took studies...
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  • How Significant Was Lyndon B Johnson in Improving Civil Rights for African Americans?
    Lyndon B Johnson in improving civil rights for African-Americans during his presidency (1963-69)? Lyndon B Johnson became president in 1963 after the assassination of President John F Kennedy on November 22nd 1963. He formulated many policies including ‘The Great Society’. This was introduced in an...
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