It was made up of both violent and peaceful factions.
It was ostensibly an anti-draft movement, but this did not suffice given that the draft was by no means universal.
The antiwar movement was especially strong at colleges because students were of draft age.
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Upper-middle-class professionals, for whom the civil rights and antiwar movements of the 1960s were key experiences.
what was the goal of the peace movement (1960s)?
The military draft was three fourths of the anti-war movement.
Because Americans were against the Vietnam War.
To stop death and the horrors of the Vietnam war
Bob Dylan is credited with being the voice of the counterculture of the 1960s. Millions of people gravitated to the lyrics written by Bob Dylan. Many of Bob Dylan songs connected with the antiwar movement.
The all Volunteer military.
The hippie movement.
The civil rights movement.
The idea from the 1950s that inspired the counterculture movement of the 1960s was the violation of African-American Civil Rights.
The Pop Art movement which started in the 1960s.
The Red Power Movement, also known as the American Indian Movement (AIM), was ... The 1960s also marked the beginning of an "Indian Renaissance" in literature.
Civil Rights Movement
a movement protesting the Vietnam war- mainly the draft
The Civil Right's Movement helped to restart the women's rights movement in the 1960s and 1970s. The number of women in the workforce doubled from 1950 to 2000 as a direct result of the women's rights movement.
When Nixon ordered further bombing of North Vietnam (Mainly Cambodia)
Don't know, when you find out get back to me.
The antiwar movement
The U.S's bombing and invasion of Cambodia
The antiwar movement became so strong because of the u.s radar when the ships was on sea they made a mistake by shooting at another u.s. ship, it was just an inexperienced radar operator aboard the "Maddox" that had mistaken "blips" of an North Vietnamese pt ship.