The Sixties - The Years That Shaped a Generation video analysis

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Below is the link for The Sixties documentary. please write a journal response about the video

3- 5 pages journal response that adresses the reading. Encourage you write more freely, and to focus on constructive comments.

Typed in a 12-point, Times New Roman with proper MLA formating.

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The Sixties - The Years That Shaped a Generation
The 1960’s impacted the United States in a very significant manner. The 1960s was
characterized by civil movements, anti-war demonstrations, women rights liberation and the
birth of a counter culture. The lives of people in the United States kept on changing with
increased opportunities, for example, increased employment opportunities due to
industrialization. Economic growth occurred during this period. Industrial revolution
contributed to increased immigration levels, and immigrants also contribute to industrial
revolution. The era of progress and significant economic growth displayed a lot of
opportunities to Americans that attract foreigners. Economic opportunities are the
predominant reason for the entry of immigrants into America.
The National American Women Suffrage Association and the National Women’s party are
examples of women activist groups that contribute to women’...

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