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17 April, 07:45

In "All Together Now," Jordan states that there were marches and protests against segregation and discrimination in the 1960s

A. It was stated in a persuasive essay.

B. It is an emotional statement.

C. It can be proven in an encyclopedia.

D. It reveals the author's personal judgment.

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  1. 17 April, 08:29
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    The correct answer is option C "It can be proven in an encyclopedia". Marches and protests against segregation and discrimination occurred during the 1960s, and there is evidence written in encyclopedias to proved it. Most of these marches and protests came from movements created in that time, including the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's movement and the gay rights movement.
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