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After 1965, black civil rights leaders found it difficult to A. protest the Vietnam War. B. now support Hispanic rights in the United States. C. enforce the new laws in the South. D. achieve economic equality in the North.
After 1965, black civil rights leaders found it difficult to enforce the new laws in the South.
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