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Which of these white leaders was an important ally of the Civil Rights movement? President Richard Nixon President Lyndon Johnson Chief Justice Warren Berger Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
President Lyndon Johnson was an important ally of the Civil Rights movement.
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User: Which of these white leaders was an important ally of the Civil Rights movement? President Richard Nixon President Lyndon Johnson Chief Justice Warren Berger Secretary of State Henry Kissinger

Weegy: Richard Nixon (negotiated treaty 1973, withdrew troops, allowing collapse of the South) Gerald Ford (with funds cut off, declared the US war ended April 23, [ [ 1975) ] ]
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President Lyndon Johnson was an important ally of the Civil Rights movement.
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What did the majority of Supreme Court cases in the 1960s have in common? States' rights were protected. Civil liberties were expanded. Government power was increased. Criminal defendants' rights were limited.
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What nickname was given to Charles Houston for his contribution to the Civil Rights movement? The Man who Marched for Equality The Man who Killed Jim Crow The First Nonviolent Protestor The Officer Who Beat Prejudice
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The Man who Killed Jim Crow was given to Charles Houston for his contribution to the Civil Rights movement.
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