t garnered national media attention and fueled protests for greater academic freedom nationwide. i

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 The Pentagon Papers   
Answers:showed that Nixon had no idea how to handle the war in Vietnam. showed that the government had lied to the public over major events in the Vietnam War to manipulate public opinion. proved that massive numbers of civilians were murdered or abused by U.S. soldiers. uncovered illegal campaign activities by Nixon and his staff.   

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 The growth of America’s counterculture showed that many young people, besides condemning the Vietnam War, also   
Answers:simply enjoyed the hippie lifestyle. were eager to rebel against the strict attitudes of their parents. rejected traditional American politics, social values, and the cut-throat world of business. took a stand on immigration issues.   

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 The Civil Rights Act of 1964, advocated for by President Lyndon B. Johnson in the wake of John F. Kennedy’s assassination   
Answers:was the first civil rights act in the nation’s history. outlawed discrimination in public facilities and employment based on race, sex, religion and national origin. was authored and promoted by Martin Luther King, Jr. None of these choices.   

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 The revival of the women’s movement in the 1960s is often identified with the publication of Betty Friedan’s book   
Answers:The Problem with No Name. Equality NOW. Fear of Flying. The Feminine Mystique.   

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 Thurgood Marshall was   
 LBJ’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. America’s first “education Czar.” the author of the eye-opening book, The Other America. the first African American Supreme Court justice.   

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 At the March on Washington in the summer of 1963,   
Answers:SNCC leaders openly disputed with Martin Luther King, Jr. about the future direction of the civil rights movement. Freedom Summer volunteers received medals of recognition for their work in the South. King delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. James Meredith was one of the most anticipated speakers.   

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 The Free Speech Movement, begun on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley is significant because   
Answers:it garnered national media attention and fueled protests for greater academic freedom nationwide. it led colleges to change their curricula to include Black Studies and Women’s Studies. All of these choices. None of these choices.   

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