Which of the following grew to be significant social movements of the 1990s? Environment and LGBT rights Civil rights and animal rights Cloning and women's rights Nuclear proliferation and minority rights
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its either A or D !
but D has more attention! soooo ! it's your choice! i atleast narrow it down for you ! medal please lol
yeah its D. because A :Enviormental improvement didnt happen till recently. and Lesbiand Gay rights are still being contested and werent nearly as tolerable in 1990's as they are now.
in the 1990's our cars were still getting 16 mpg and we were majorly dependent on oil. Enviormental concern SPARKED in 2000 because thats when global warming theory was proposed
Then after the soviets fell we started taking the nukes apart and used the uranium cores to advance nuclear science.
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@vodkashotst52 @courteny I did the same test, the correct answer was A. D is correct, but A is what the lesson wants us to put. if you even LOOKED at the lesson, on page 5, in the "social" section I think, it talked about LGBT rights