A range of excellent podcasts for some extension work here. Provided by the University of Leeds.
Session 1: Attitudes to early 20th century immigration in the USA
Session 2: The Civil Rights Movement in the USA Part 1
Session 3: The Civil Rights Movement in the USA Part 2
Session 4: The Civil Rights Movement and Non-Violence
Session 5: The Civil Rights Movement and JFK
Session 6: The Civil Rights Movement and Radicalisation Part 1
Session 7: The Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Part 1
Session 8: The Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Part 2
Kennedy's brief Presidency, terminated by assassination, still has glamour attached to it, over 40 years after his death. Yet, his actual performance in office divides the historians. Some claim that he was continually learning from experience. They argue that if he had lived and been returned for a second term, he would have introduced radical reforms in civil rights, and would have withdrawn from the United States' commitment in Vietnam. Others argue that his foreign policy would not have been so very different from that of his successor, and that he would have had less success in persuading Congress to pass civil
rights legislation. What should the final verdict be?