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    Social Movements in the 1960's

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    The one major social movement born in the 1960's that retained and gathered momentum in the 1970's and after was:

    a) The civil rights movement.
    b) The anti-poverty movement.
    c) The feminist movement.
    d) The peace movement.
    e) The hippie movement.

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    I think d) is the best answer based on the following information:
    Why? d) The peace movement is the best answer
    The 1960s Peace Movement became the first successful mass protest that stopped a war. It was characterized by marches, sit-ins, teach-ins and civil disobedience. Its symbols were peace signs and flowers on placards and banners. Popular music on FM radio stations called for an end to war ...the times they were a-changing'. Hawks and doves, bitter divisions ...

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