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Which of the following describes a difference between the women’s and the civil rights movements of the 1950-1960s?

A.
The women’s movement was tied to the antiwar and student protests of the 1960s; the civil rights movement was not.

B.
The civil rights movement fought for anti-discrimination legislation, but the women’s movement did not.

C.
The civil rights movement was concerned with equal access to education, but the women’s movement did not.

D.
The civil rights movement fought for better voting rights, but the women’s movement did not.

I believe its A

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  1. I think it's A, also, since the civil rights movement began earlier than the '60s.

    https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/civil-rights-movement

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  2. Ok so this question for some reason was D... not exactly sure why. I'll talk to my teacher about it, but thank you for your help:)

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  3. Well, we could say the same thing about B!!

    Multiple correct answers, in my opinion -- very broad subject!

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