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Page 35 of 38With which country should students associate...the Soviet invasion that is seen as having ended détente3 4 2 1 5 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 47Ladies and gentlemen, we have the Honeydrippers in the house tonight, andThey just got back from Washington D.C. and I think they got something they wanna say.Some people say that he’s guilty. Some people say “I don’t know.”Some people say “give him a chance.” Some people say “wait until they convict him.”Impeach the President!Ah, no, we can’t do that, man. Shut up, fool! Why you wanna do that? You know it ain’t right. You don’t
Page 36 of 38know what you talkin’ ‘bout, man.Behind the walls of the White House, there’s a lot of things that we don’t know about.Behind the walls of the White House, there’s a lot of things that we should know about.Impeach the President!- "Impeach the President" by the Honey Drippers. Alaga Records, 1973.The call for impeachment above was releasedbefore Richard Nixon won his re-election campaign. after Watergate entered the news, but before Richard Nixon resigned. before the general public had heard anything about Watergate. after Richard Nixon was impeached. 2 / 2 ptsQuestion 48This question refers to the following excerpt.“The segregated South was defeated by a social protest movement from below—the African AmericanCivil Rights Movement—and by judicial and legislative intervention from outside—the federalgovernment….Southern African Americans, during the years between 1955 and 1965, won the culturewars with southern whites. Civil rights protesters were nonviolent; they were peaceful and studious; andthey affirmed American constitutional, democratic, and religious goals…The Civil Rights Movement notonly out-sang and out-prayed its opponents, it out-thought them.…After 1965, white southernersincreasingly won the culture wars in the nation at large. They targeted the enemy not crudely and overtlyas black, but as violent, criminal, and immoral, and as leeches on the welfare state at the expense oftaxpaying, responsible citizens.” Anthony J. Badger, “Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement”Reprinted by permission of Anthony J. Badger.Which of the following most directly contradicts the arguments in the excerpt above?
Page 37 of 38The increased philosophical and tactical divisions within the civil rights movement in thelate 1960sThe widespread white acceptance of desegregation efforts in the South in the 1960s and1970s