The Question : The turbulent 1960s saw numerous attempts to identify the root problems within American society and the role of citizens in resolving them. In examining Document 4, Document 5, and Document 6, what common problems are identified within American society? What are some of the differences? What role did each of these documents suggest Americans should play in achieving social justice? Are their arguments persuasive? Why or why not?
So what is the correct answer? Answer:
The unfair treatment of black citizens, the war in Vietnam and un-equality of women in the society.
The common problems which are identified within American society are the unfair treatment of black citizens, the war in Vietnam and un-equality of women in the society. In the 1960s, Americans demanded to put an end to the unfair treatment of black citizens, some protested and demanded an end to the war in Vietnam where thousands of American soldiers were killed and many demanded full equality for women in the society. Americans should play a significant role in achieving social justice by putting pressure on the government to provide equality to black citizens and women in the society.
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