UHIS_131_Chapter_27__28_Quiz_ - Chapter 27 28 Which of the following statements accurately describes the state of gay rights in the 1960s and

UHIS_131_Chapter_27__28_Quiz_ - Chapter 27 28 Which of the...

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Chapter 27 & 28 - Which of the following statements accurately describes the state of gay rights in the 1960s and 1970s? (Every major city came to have a visible gay community, and hundreds of gay organizations were formed.) - Part of the "Nixon Doctrine" said that the United States would provide weapons and money for nations threatened by communism, but no soldiers. (true) - The Tet offensive marked a turning point in public opposition for the war in Vietnam.(true) - Fears in Congress of efforts to renew U.S. military assistance to Vietnam led to the passage of the (War Powers Act) - At the end of January 1968, Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces attacked American and South Vietnamese targets in a large, well-coordinated attack known as (the tet offenses) - In 1971, Nixon imposed wage and price controls in an effort to curb inflation. (true) - Although the Tet offensive was a U.S. military victory, the political impact at home was that it (turned increasing numbers of Americans against the war effort.) - After Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, violence finally diminished
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