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What event led to the anti-war protest at Kent State in 1970? A. the Tet Offensive B. the U.S. invasion of Cambodia C. the signing of the Gulf of Tonkin resolution D. the U.S troop withdrawal from South Vietnam
The U.S. invasion of Cambodia led to the anti-war protest at Kent State in 1970.
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