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U.S.History Vietnam People Politics Places G

Who won the 1968 Presidential Election? Richard Nixon
Activists for women's equal rights Feminists
Feminist who wrote The Feminine Mystique Betty Friedan
Which 1968 Democratic presidential candidate was assassinated? Robert Kennedy
1968 Democratic candidate (Dove) who because of his showing the New Hampshire Primary forces LBJ to drop out of the race. Eugene McCarthy
Who was nominated for President at the 1968 Democratic National Convention? Hubert Humphrey
Who ran in the 1968 presidential election as an independent on a platform supporting states' rights and segregation? George Wallace
Antifeminist who wrote The Power of the Positive Woman Phyllis Schlafly
Classes in English and native language(s) Bilingual Education
American Indian Movement, for militant social reform AIM
Created by: PLHShistory