Test: GED Social Studies


The Democratic National Convention of 1968 is notable for __________

The assassination of John F. Kennedy, allowing Lyndon B. Johnson to assume the Presidency.

the delegates voting against a resolution to end the war in Vietnam and sparking massive anti-war protests.

the assassination of Robert Kennedy, allowing Richard Nixon to claim the Presidency.

the delegates voting to fully abandon America’s policy of stockpiling nuclear weapons and losing the election as a result.

the delegates voting to pass a resolution to make the prevention of nuclear proliferation the number one foreign-policy goal of their party.

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