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What was social climate during the mid 1960s that cause President Johnson to make his speech on March 15, 1965? A. space race B. racial riots C. war in Vietnam D. Kennedy assassination
The social climate during the mid 1960s that caused President Johnson to make his speech on March 15, 1965 was: racial riots.
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The social climate during the mid 1960s that caused President Johnson to make his speech on March 15, 1965 was: racial riots.
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