The Turbulent 1960s (6)

Choose the correct word for each question.
This civil rights organization sponsored the "freedom ride" to Birmingham, Alabama to protest segregation on buses and trains.
The first major presidential contender in 1968 to protest U. S. involvement in Vietnam.
A body of government officials who investigated the causes of urban riots in the 1960s and concluded that American society was rapidly dividing into two separate nations along racial lines.
The 1968 National Democratic convention was marred by this Chicago mayor, who used brutal police repression to break up demonstrations of protest outside the meeting hall.
Those who opposed continuing U. S. involvement in Vietnam.
This outdoor gathering of over 400,000 young people in upstate New York in 1969 became a major "happening" of the counterculture.
Initially an advocate of violence, this Black Muslim orator later changed to black separatism after traveling to Mecca. He drifted away from the Black Muslims and began advocating some compromise with white society, but was soon assassinated in 1965.
This movement by Native Americans was formed to push for control of their own affairs. They fought for "Red Power" and established armed patrols to protect Indians from police harassment.
A form of protest in the early 1960s in which African American and white Americans joined together to desegregate buses and bus depots used in interstate commerce.
Young people of the 1960s who protested the Vietnam war and adopted a style of dress and behavior that defied conventional tastes.
This biologist's book, Silent Spring, alerted the nation about the dangers to the environment from the use of pesticides in agriculture.
One of the leaders of S. N. C. C., he advocated excluding whites from this organization.
Those who supported the continuation of U. S. involvement in Vietnam.
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