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Essay heading: 1968 was a turning point for the United States. Assess the Validity of this Statement
 
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President Johnson finally realized though how bad the War was getting in Vietnam and orders the complete cessation of air, naval, and artillery bombardment of North Vietnam. The Civil Rights movement was a very important event that helped in the forming of our country. Probably the most famous and influential civil rights movement leaders, Martin Luther King Jr...
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Probably the most famous and influential civil rights movement leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. were assassinated on April 4, right outside of his hotel room in Tennessee. There were many civil rights movements and protests during this year. One example is when Jeanette Rankin, former congresswoman, lead 5000women to Capitol Hill in protest for women’s rights and the Vietnam War...
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