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Research Paper
Posted by: Marjorie I (ID *****9435) Date: May 20, 2008 at 08:25:09
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I am a highschool student conducting an interview for my research paper on the 1960s. If anyone has time to take a short interview and email or post your results, it would be greatly appreciated!


Were you active in the movements for change in the 1960s?

What type of activites did you participate in? (sit-ins, peace marches, etc.)

What specific goals were you working toward?

Do you feel that you accomplished these goals? If yes, how? If no, why not?

Do you think that those goals you were working toward are still unresolved?

How do you feel those goals can be satisfied today?

What advice would you offer to someone trying to get involved in the anti-war movement today?

Thanks again,
Marjorie


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