Chapter 31 An Era of Social Change Reveiw

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  1. The members of the counterculture movement were mostly
  2. This would have guaranteed that both men and women would enjoy the same rights and protections under the law.
  3. This resulted in the recognition of a woman’s right to have an abortion in the first three months of pregnancy.
  4. The event that was most responsible for Chvez’s group gaining negotiating power was a
  5. The militant group called the ___ organized many uprisings to draw attention to the needs of Native Americans.
  6. The slogan “Equal Pay for Equal Work” is likely to be associated with the belief called
  7. The conservative reaction to the counterculture helped elect
  8. In the 1970s, the group known as ___ was most likely to help Latinos win political offices.
  9. Using peaceful tactics like product boycotts and fasts, ___ helped farm workers win more rights, higher wages, and other benefits.
  10. Csar Chvez used nonviolent means to organize Mexican-American
  11. Phyllis Schlafly became well known for her efforts to defeat
  12. This was passed by Congress but was never ratified by the states.


  1. The Indian Education Act gave greater control over the education of Native Americans to
  2. What were the demonstrations organized by the American Indian Movement designed to do?
  3. On which right did Native American groups focus in the 1961 Declaration of Indian Purpose?
  4. helped call attention to women’s needs by writing the book The Feminine Mystique.
  5. Which group was founded specifically to address the grievances of women that were not adequately addressed by the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
  6. The modern feminist movement became more organized and focused after the passage of the
  7. The ___ was made up mostly of white, middle-class college youths who had grown increasingly discontented with mainstream American society.
  8. The group known as the ___ was most likely to oppose the positions of the women’s movement on a variety of issues.
  9. Early efforts of the ___ focused on bringing about changes in the workplace, including ending gender discrimination in hiring.
  10. In the 1970s, La Raza Unida focused its efforts on
  11. The unofficial capital of the counterculture movement was
  12. Conservatives placed the blame for the increasing permissiveness in society on the
  13. She co-founded Ms. magazine and the National Women’s Political Caucus.

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