The Turbulent 1960s (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
This U. S. Supreme Court case (1966) ruled that police officers must inform an arrested person of his or her constitutional rights before they could question that suspect.
A major women's organization whose purpose is to end discrimination of all kinds on the basis of gender.
A revolutionary group of African Americans who believed in violent methods for remedying racial injustices.
In this 1963 case, the Supreme Court declared that states must provide an attorney to a defendant in a criminal case if they are too poor to pay for one.
He said: That's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind in the summer of 1969.
This seventy-day stand in South Dakota by Native American rights activists attempted to dramatize Indian suffering and call for preferential hiring and government reimbursement for lands taken from them in the past.
He worked to win rights for migrant farmers. He is most famous for a strike he organized with the help of grape pickers in California in 1965.
Founded by Elijah Muhammed, they rejected anything related to white culture and championed the creation of a separate black nation.
These urban riots in Los Angeles in 1965 were fueled by frustration and despair among African Americans who felt that the civil rights techniques of the early 1960s were not generating enough changes for most blacks in America.
The U. S. Supreme Court declared that the police must grant an arrested person a request to have a lawyer present during interrogation.
Social reformer and author of The Feminine Mystique, a book that had a great influence on the development of the modern feminist movement.
This consumer advocate's book, Unsafe At Any Speed, accused the auto industry of emphasizing speed and style over safety and economy.
Senior citizens who organized themselves into a political interest group to push issues that were important to them.
An organization of African American Southern leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., that conducted peaceful civil rights demonstrations.
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