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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled The Confident Years 1953 to 1964 to study the American transition from conservatism to liberalism during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Learn about the social history of the affluent 1950's; the continuation of Cold War policy; the mystique and mistakes of the John F. Kennedy administration; the birth of the modern American civil rights movement; and Lyndon B. Johnson's rise to the presidency. 

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  • Confident Years. Learn about America's Confident Years 1953-1964. Follow the growth of the United States from its creation as a new country to its search for stability in a changing modern world.
  • Learn and study about The Confident Years 1953-1964
  • Witness the growing conflicts between the colonists and the British that led to the War for Independence. Learn about the politics of sectionalism and the mobilization of Northern and Southern forces in the War Between the States.
  • Examine the federal government's treatment of Native Americans and the transformation of the West.
  • Watch the shaping of America and its people in the twentieth century through a great depression and two world wars.
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