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What protest movement had the greatest impact on history?

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What protest movement had the greatest impact on history?


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  1. 1
    Ed Hamilton says:

    The Protestant Movement

  2. 2
    Jerry Parker says:

    Women's Suffrage for the right to vote

  3. 3
    Mike H. says:

    I find myself torn between the Civil Rights movement and the Vietnam War protests…but, they both had their precedient in Ghandi's nonviolent protest movemen,t which successfully removed India fron England's empire. Much to be learned from him and that movement…

  4. 4
    Jeff Barrett says:

    The Vietnam War protests. We have not won a war since!

  5. 5
    Kirpal says:

    The Women's Suffrage Movement

  6. 6
    Bill Wilfong says:

    The answer to this depends on the country you live in. The Vietnam protests killed a lot of american servicemen. Politicians in a search for votes jumped on the bandwagon. Ghandi for sure if you live in G.B. or Asia. Women's rights was important also.



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