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1) Pretend that you are preparing a television documentary about the Civil Rights movement during the 1960's. What events would you show? Who would

1) Pretend that you are preparing a television documentary about the Civil Rights movement during the 1960's. What events would you show? Who would you interview or discuss?

2) Do you think the quest for social reform in the 1970's succeeded? Why or why not?

3)On balance, what have been the three most influential changes in U.S. society since the end of World War II? What evidence causes you to select these and not others?

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1) Making a television documentary about the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s is a
challenging one as for doing so I have to show myriads of controversial issues which are still
contentious. But...

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