Firstly it is the case that the civil rights act in 1964 made it illegal to engage in any type of job discrimination and eliminated segregation initiatives at the federal level. Secondly the Voting Rights Act in 1965 guaranteed that minorities could be allowed to register to vote and prohibited hindrance of voting through the elimination of voter qualification tests. Lastly there was the Immigration and Nationality Services Act in 1965 which eliminated regional quotas on immigrants. In terms of the anti poverty legislation that was enacted, anybody who is familiar with Lyndon Johnson recognizes that he came from a very modest background in rural Texas and from this perspective, Johnson enacted the Office of Economic Opporunity which was a grass roots initiative to find sources for over three billion dollars appropriated to be spent over three years from 1964. Lastly there was the Higher education act in 1965 which significantly increased money given to state universities and created a number of scholarships.
In this regard there have been a number of successes however one of the major downfalls of this initiative is that a great deal of money that was earmarked for these massive programs quickly tapered off after the Vietnam war began and as such one could argue that the war declared on racial injustice and poverty took a backseat to an actual war.
A#2) The role that President Nixon and his advisors had in the illegal and unethical activities of the Watergate scandal are numerous. Ultimately it became clear that the break-ins were committed by five members of the Committee to Re-Elect the President who were ultimately funded by a kind of slush fund earmarked for he collecting of intelligence against democrats. The goal was to break into the Democratic National Committee’s office and steal important communications. While to connection to higher