U.S History Quiz on Civil Rights, the 1960s, and Vietnam : 10 MCQs (Part 2)05:48

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Published on December 20, 2016

The following Section consist of Civil Rights, the 1960s, and Vietnam. Take the quiz and check how much you can score. The 1960s was a decade of social and cultural change higher than any type of duration since the “Roaring ’20s.” Millions of postwar child boomers became young adults as well as young people in the 1960s. Lots of young people in this generation tested the conventional worths of earlier generations. Those in this counterculture advertised originality and challenged authority. Lots of experimented with new ideas regarding songs, clothing, drugs, as well as personal relationships.By 1968, popular opinion was dramatically split over U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. The assassinations in 1968 of Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as Senator Robert Kennedy additionally increased stress in the nation. Antiwar militants progressed Washington, D.C. in 1969 to require an end to the war. In 1970, numerous college universities emerged in protest. University student organized demos and also displayed their resistance to the draft. Demonstrations and also troubles on the Ohio State school began on April 29, 1970 and proceeded until the University closed down on May 6. Two days before the closure at Ohio State, 5 students at Kent State University were killed by National Guardsman throughout Vietnam War demonstrations. Click here for U.S Quiz on The First World War and the Roaring Twenties

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