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In May of 1970, which of the following events increased Americans’ mistrust of their government? the massacre of civilians at Mai Lai the killing of four students at Kent State the leaking of the Pentagon Papers to the press the bombing of Viet Cong bases in Thailand
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In May of 1970, the following event increased Americans mistrust of their government: the killing of four students at Kent State University.
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In May of 1970, the following event increased Americans mistrust of their government: the killing of four students at Kent State University.
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