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Homework Help: History

Posted by Nikita on Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 9:12am.

1. COmment on what James Baldwin said of the Civil rights movement challenging the United States to rethink"What it really means by freedom, including whether freedom, applied to all Americans or to part of the population?

This is what I put :

With their freedom rides, freedom schools, freedom marches and the inconsistent cry "freedom now", black americans and their white allies made freedon once again, the rallying cry of the dispossesed. Thousands of ordinary men and women.maids and laborers, stundents, teachers, businessmen, and ministers, risked physical and economic retribution to lay claim to freedom. Their courage inspired a host of other challenges to the status quo.

My question to that is did I answer the qustion correctly, and below is a question that Ive been working on and I still cant seem to find the right answer, or maybe Im just overlooking it.


2. Discuss how successful the antiwar movement was in challenging the course of the war. What methods did they use. How did the movement view freedom and the war?

It is the Vietnam War in the 1960s.


Thank You for your help.

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