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Remembering the 60s - 1967 Americana
"Anti-war protesters marched on the Pentagon as the number of U.S. troops in Vietnam rose to more than half a million. Muhammad Ali was stripped of his heavyweight championship for refusing to be drafted into the army."
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What were Virgil Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee?
In 1967, Thurgood Marshall became the first African-American to serve in the U.S. Supreme Court. Which of the following positions did Justice Marshall *not* hold prior to his appointment to the highest court in the land?
Congressman from Maryland
U.S. Court of Appeals Justice
U.S. Solicitor General
Chief Counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Racial tensions exploded during the summer of 1967 as dozens of riots broke out in cities across the United States. What two cities experienced the most serious violence?
Houston and Washington, D.C.
Chicago and Atlanta
Detroit and Newark
Miami and Philadephia
What was Richard Speck?
A chess player
A television star
A bank robber
On August 29, 1967, Dr. Richard Kimble's four year search ended. Whom or what had he been seeking?
James Earl Ray
Source of the Nile
Which Hollywood 'blonde bombshell' died in a car wreck in June, 1967?
Mamie Van Doren
Who sang "Purple Haze"?
What is Haiphong?
A food dish
A severe storm
Which comedic actor made his film debut in the 1967 blood and guts movie "Bonnie and Clyde"?
Which event of 1967 became known as the "Ice Bowl"?
Record temperature lows
Figure skating contest
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