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The fact that “We Shall Overcome” became the civil rights anthem showed the powerful influence in the movement of:



1. black evangelical churches

2. popular music

3. liberal white northerners

4. songwriters

5. Christians, regardless of their race

2 or 4

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    I disagree with both of your answers.

    What does your book say?

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    I cannot find it in the book.
    What is your suggested answer and why?

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