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Save Question 14 (2 points) One of Johnson’s major goals in Vietnam was to:
Save Question 15 (2 points) By 1967, public opposition to the war was especially strong among:
Save Question 16 (2 points) On April 4, 1968, James Earl Ray shot and killed:
Martin Luther King Jr. Malcolm X George Wallace Robert Kennedy Eugene McCarthy Save Question 17 (2 points) At Columbia University in 1968: Question 17 options: anti-war students disrupted a speech by President Johnson the Yippies held their founding convention students successfully fought for free tuition a student strike shut down the campus the presence of military recruiters sparked a riot
Save Question 18 (2 points) In the early 1970s, angry protests began to erupt in cities outside the South over:
Save Question 19 (2 points) Economists coined the term stagflation in the early 1970s to describe:
Save Question 20 (2 points) Nixon’s policy of “Vietnamization” involved:
Save Question 21 (2 points) In April 1970, Nixon extended the war when he sent troops into: Question 21 options: Laos China Cambodia Thailand North Vietnam
Save Question 22 (2 points) Shocking events at Kent State University involved:
Save Question 23 (2 points) The Pentagon Papers:
Save Question 24 (2 points)
The burglars arrested at the Watergate apartment complex:

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