The Democratic Party’s Collapse in the 1968 Election Note-Taking Exercise

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The 1968 Election proved to be one of the most dramatic events in American history. In this exercise, students are required to explain how the following events contributed to the Democratic Party’s loss in the fall:

1. Tet Offensive (January 1968);
2. Robert McNamara’s Departure (29 February 1968);
3. Lyndon Johnson’s “Lame Duck” Speech (31 March 1968);
4. Dr. Martin Luther King’s Assassination (4 April 1968);
5. Robert Kennedy’s Assassination (6 June 1968);
6. Democratic National Convention (26 to 29 August 1968); and,
7. The Failure of the Paris Peace Talks (31 October 1968).

Several commonly used high school sources (i.e., textbooks) have been included at the end of this exercise sheet. In the past, this exercise has served as a review sheet and/or essay template.
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