Chapter 28 Questions - utilizing the additional web...

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What constraints influenced the Civil Rights movement in the mid-1960s? What was the outcome? What assessment would you give the Civil Rights Movement from your perspective today? In addition, analyze the changes the youth movement sought and whether their criticisms of traditional American society were (and still are) justified? Are youth today more or less activist? Yes or no? Please give your reasoning to this question by
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Unformatted text preview: utilizing the additional web readings or other sources you may be aware of. In order to answer these latter questions, please go to the pbs web site for The Merchants of Cool ( ) and watch the video (one hour) to get additional perspective. . .. of 1 1/25/2009 8:44 PM...
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