What were the social movements of the 1980's?

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The social movements mostly focused in finding treatment for AIDS which was discovered in the 1980's, people held rallies to pressure the government into finding a cure for AIDS. The 80's also was a time of indulsterial advancment and this caused events with employment. Also with the fall of the Soviet Union, people encouraged right wing policies, Gay rights were more accepted in the US and rallies occurred towards the actions that lead to the end of the Cold War. The last thing is that international companies moved most of their operations to foreign countries that supplied much wealth to the corperations until it stalled in the 1990's.
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