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Published: 16/09/2014
KS4 KS5 | Cause and consequence | Depth studies | Modern World studies | Modern World: 1900-present
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Why was there an anti-war movement in America during the 1960s and 1970s?

A differentiated resource which looks at the reasons why there was an anti-war movement in America during the Vietnam War. Students categorise information (standard and extension cards are included) and then make a judgement about the main reason the anti-war movement developed.                

See other resources: Cold War | Cold War in Asia | Cold War in Europe | Vietnam


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