1.Name 5 ways in which the black panthers and the american indian movement were different and 2 ways they were the same.
2.What is the name given to the struggle of minority groups and women to gain greater civil rights and the equality in society?
3.How were the native american,hispanic,african-american and womens movements of the 1960s alike?
4.what was the significance of the supreme court ruling Roe v. Wade?
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@dave0616 can u please help me with the rest i have an F in taht class if i get this done it will be D
im not completely clear on them all because it has been over a year since ive had a history class, and i dont remember covering some of this. but ill give you the info i know. 1) i cant help ya 4) im not familiar with that case and 3)they were all fighting for equal rights, in specific the right to vote
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Right to vote? In the 1960s? I think not. Equal pay. Equality of treatment. Equal opportunity.
Row v Wade? Opinions vary, but most estimates I have seen hang around 50 million legal voluntarily terminated pregnancies through 2010. Some of these would have resulted in unviable pregnancies, anyway, so the estimate is a little unfairly high. It's probably same to say "more then 40 million".
@tkhunny like i said its been a while, but then when was equal voting?
The 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution is dated 1920. However, one certainly should look at Utah and especially Wyoming for WAY earlier implementation.