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Q: The Selma March wanted to emphasize the issue of _____. poor migrant workers segregation of schools voter discrimination segregation of buses
A: The Selma March wanted to emphasize the issue of 3.voter discrimination.
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User: why the civil rights movement began to lose steam as the '60s progressed.

User: What did Freedom Summer try to accomplish? registration of black voters end of a labor union strike show the need for good housing protest alleged police brutality

User: The Selma March wanted to emphasize the issue of _____. poor migrant workers segregation of schools voter discrimination segregation of buses

Weegy: The Selma March wanted to emphasize the issue of 3.voter discrimination.
OxTornado007|Points 6659|

User: Which two of the individuals below were instrumental in making an impact on King and his nonviolent protest movement? Indira Gandhi Bayard Rustin Howard Thurman Stokely Carmichael

Weegy: Bayard Rustin and Howard Thurman
Luvsdragonflies|Points 30|

User: What did Freedom Summer try to accomplish? registration of black voters end of a labor union strike show the need for good housing protest alleged police brutality

User: Which two of the individuals below were instrumental in making an impact on King and his nonviolent protest movement? Indira Gandhi Bayard Rustin Howard Thurman Stokely Carmichael

Weegy: Bayard Rustin and Howard Thurman
Luvsdragonflies|Points 30|

User: Which of the following was not one of the groups that were able to avoid the draft during the Vietnam War? those college students who were making good grades those who had connections to the National Guard those who were poor or decided against college those who had some sort of serious medical condition

Weegy: those who had some sort of serious medical condition
changela|Points 243|

User: From this lesson, who spoke out against the Vietnam War? Martin Luther King Jr. Dow Chemical college students Vietnam veterans nearly all citizens

Weegy: The answer is Martin Luther King Jr.
sharpies|Points 8787|

User: Which of the following were suggestions made by General Westmoreland and the Joint Chiefs of Staff? Seek peace negotiations with the North Vietnamese. Go after Communist sanctuaries in Laos and Cambodia. Expand the air war to include other targets near Hanoi. Withdraw all American troops from South Vietnam.

Weegy: The answers are: Laos and Cambodia.
jen_asuncion|Points 135|

User: What peace candidates sought the Democratic presidential nomination in the 1968 election? Clark Clifford Robert F. Kennedy Eugene McCarthy George Wallace

User: What are some of the problems that needed to be overcome in order for NASA to be able to land men on the moon and return them safely?

Weegy: Scientific background The primary concern of any moon landing is the high velocity involved that arises from the effects of gravity. In order to go to any moon, a spacecraft must first leave the gravity well of the Earth. [ The only practical way of accomplishing this currently is with a rocket. Unlike other airborne vehicles such as balloons or jets, only a rocket can continue to increase its speed at high altitudes in the vacuum outside the Earth's atmosphere. Upon approach of the target moon, the spacecraft must decelerate enough to land safely. The velocity to be shed from the target moon's gravitational attraction is roughly equal to the escape velocity of the target moon. For Earth's Moon, this figure is 2.4 kilometers per second or around 6,000 miles per hour. This change in velocity (referred to as the delta-v) is usually provided by a landing rocket, which must be carried into space by the original launch vehicle as part of the overall spacecraft. An exception is a moon landing on Titan such as that carried out by the Huygens probe. As the only moon with an atmosphere, landings on Titan may be accomplished by using atmospheric entry techniques that are generally lighter in weight than a rocket with equivalent capability. Whatever method is used to slow a spacecraft as it nears a moon, the key requirement for a "true" moon landing is to be traveling at a survivable speed upon reaching the moon's surface that allows continued operation after touchdown. Such landings may be characterized as "soft" if a human could survive them, and "hard" if only a ruggedized machine would do so. Initial American attempts at performing the first hard moon landing in 1962 failed; the Soviets succeeded in making the first successful hard landing on the Moon in 1966. Generally a hard landing is categorized as one occurring at 100 miles per hour or slower. ]
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User: What three people or events sparked the rise of the civil rights movement? Rosa Parks Albany Movement Vietnam War Howard Thurman Little Rock Nine Brown v. Board of Education Question #2TextMultipleChoice Score: A famous civil rights bus boycott took place in Birmingham, AlabamaSelma, AlabamaMontgomery, Alabama . Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: To go back on something already said is to recantdivertrevert . Question #4MultipleSelect Score: What are two things the Voting Rights Act of 1965 accomplished? It added a few voter qualification tests.It removed the use of poll taxes.It gave minorities the right to vote.It made literacy tests illegal in voting. Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Some of the first anti-war demonstrations were _____. teach-insmarches on the Pentagondraft card burningsimmolations Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: Abbie HoffmanJerry RubinTom Hayden once led a group of protesters who tried to levitate the Pentagon in protest of the Vietnam War. Question #7Matching Score: Match the following: 1. adamant the main focus of someone's attention 2. conscription to change the focus or direction of something or someone 3. divert to be very determined or set in a belief 4. focal to require military service of individuals; the draft Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The Yippies were _____. a pro-war protest movementone of the anti-war protest groupsa hip group of white-collar workersa college campus fraternity Question #9MultipleSelect Score: What two things fueled the anti-war movement during 1968? institution of the draftincreasing body countelection of Richard Nixonthe Tet Offensive Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: During the 1968 Democratic Convention, Jerry Rubin introduced Pigasus the RatPigDog as a presidential candidate. Question #11MultipleSelect Score: What did President Johnson announce to the American people during his television address on March 31, 1968? He would not seek another term as president.He would further increase U.S. involvement in Vietnam.He would support Senator Robert Kennedy in the 1968 election.He had ordered a partial bombing halt over North Vietnam. Question #12MultipleChoice Score: What did Freedom Summer try to accomplish? end of a labor union strikeshow the need for good housingprotest alleged police brutalityregistration of black voters Question #13MultipleSelect Score: In November 1967, General Westmoreland told the American public that _____. the United States was making progress in Vietnamthe Vietcong were winning the warthe war would be a drawn out, inconclusive warthe end of the war was in sight Question #14MultipleChoice Score: This astronaut played golf on the moon. Neil ArmstrongAlan ShepardGus GrissomMichael Collins Question #15Matching Score: Match the following: 1. disarray to say or repeat something again 2. formidable totally and completely ridiculous; beyond understanding 3. ludicrous a noisy and chaotic group of people such as in a riot 4. melee a very difficult challenge to overcome 5. posturing a type of exaggerated behavior for the purpose of impressing others 6. reiterate to be completely confused or disorganized

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