Gui 1 Amy Gui Mr. Coleman American History 2 5/27/19 Did the death of RFK change the society of U.S. in 1968? Did the death of RFK change the society of U.S. in 1968? I think the answer is a big YES. Robert F. Kennedy was a very influential and important people in U.S history. He was a U.S. senate from New York and was called ‘Bobby”. He called on Americans to react not with violence and lawlessness but with "love and wisdom and compassion toward one another." He standed up for colored people, he had own opinion on vietnam war, he was one of two the nation’s most cherished leaders and was assassinated in 1968. 1968 was a very chaotic period in American history. During this period, various new ideas became popular. The civil rights movement and the Vietnam War led to the polarization of Americans, and serious economic problems were accompanied by 1968. RFK was the shinning star in the period. On April 4th, 1968, the day Martin Luther was assassinated, Robert F. Kennedy gave a speech to all people of U.S.. He hoped that whites and blacks could understand and tolerate each other. For their own homeland, the United States, RFK hoped that they could treat others with
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