• anonymous
During the late-1960s, Civil Rights leaders actively supported which of these? a.anti-war protests b.NOW demands c. union organization d.UFW boycotts
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  • anonymous
If you're talking black civil rights leaders, probably (a). They were generally a sexist and racist bunch, so they didn't have great relationships with the women (NOW) and browns (UFW). Union organization was more an issue for white working class men, with which they also hadn't a lot of sympathy. But a lot of young black men got drafted to go to Nam, so they would've been sympathetic to that issue.
  • texaschic101
i would say A as well.

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