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Most members of the 1960s counterculture came from what group? non-white, middle-class youths white, middle-class youths white, upper-class youths white, working-class youths
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User: Most members of the 1960s counterculture came from what group? non-white, middle-class youths white, middle-class youths white, upper-class youths white, working-class youths

Weegy: Most members of the 1960s counterculture came from what group? C. white, middle-class youths
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User: U.S. college students went on the first general student strike in the nation's history upon hearing of what event? the War Powers Act Vietnamization the invasion of Cambodia the My Lai massacre

Weegy: U.S. college students went on the first general student strike in the nation's history upon hearing of Invasion of Cambodia.




User: The counterculture movement eventually set the nation on a more liberal course. True False

Weegy: A counterculture is a subculture whose values and norms of behavior differ substantially from those of mainstream society.



User: The Indian Education Act gave greater control over the education of Native Americans to Native American tribes. the Bureau of Indian Affairs. the American Indian Movement. state governments.

Weegy: The Indian Education Act gave greater control over the education of Native Americans to- B. Native American tribes.
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In the 1980s, reports on education revealed that U.S schools were performing worse than those of most other industrialized nations.
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