E challenged the republican delegation at the 1964

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e. challenged the Republican delegation at the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
Question 44 0 out of 2 pointsThe American Indian Movement:
Question 45 0 out of 2 pointsOn April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated:
Question 46 2 out of 2 pointsWhy did the African-American civil rights protesters that marched in June 1963 in more than 186 cities not try more deliberately to avoid arrest?
Question 47 2 out of 2 pointsWhat opened Malcolm X up to the possibility of interracial cooperation in the United States?Selected Answer: e. The interracial harmony he witnessed among Muslims in Saudi Arabia.Answers: a. The progressive legislation pushed by President Lyndon B. Johnson.b. The anti-war protests of college students.c. The goodwill displayed by white college students of the new left movement.d. The tragedy of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination.e. The interracial harmony he witnessed among Muslims in Saudi Arabia.
Question 48 2 out of 2 pointsIn the 1960s, Latino rights in particular were the focus of the:
Question 49 0 out of 2 points
The Young Americans for Freedom, authors of The Sharon Statement(September 1960), embraced which of the following instruments for bringing about economic security and justice?
Question 50 2 out of 2 pointsThe slogan of the March on Washington was “Jobs and Freedom.”
Question 51 2 out of 2 pointsThe Great Society:Selected Answer:c.

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