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During the turbulence of the 1960s, black activism focused primarily on
A. stopping the Vietnam War.
B. supporting the nonviolent strategies of Martin Luther King, Jr.
C. expanding voting rights.
D. expanding economic opportunity.
I THINK IS D. IS THAT RIGHT?

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