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Question 1: On 27 May, 1967, Australians voted to amend their constitution, particularly removing Section 127, which had previously excluded ________ from voting in State or Commonwealth elections.
Indigenous Australian musicIndigenous AustraliansNorfolk IslandMelanesia

Question 2: Having started with basic domestic issues, the Civil Rights struggle in Northern Ireland escalated to a full scale movement that found its embodiment in the ________.
Provisional Irish Republican ArmyBloody Sunday (1972)Northern Ireland Civil Rights AssociationDerry

Question 3: This was important for the spread of pro-Russian (and pro-communist) ________ that came right after the war.
Ad hominemIndoctrinationDisinformationPropaganda

Question 4: In 1970 AIM occupied abandoned property at the Naval Air Station near Minneapolis, ________.
North DakotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulMinnesotaSaint Paul, Minnesota

Question 5: ________ still exists worldwide and it is generally accepted that blacks in the United States, on the whole, did not assimilate into U.S.
South Africa under apartheidEthnic cleansingRacial segregationRacism

Question 6: The Soviets insisted that they had been invited to invade the country, stating that loyal Czechoslovak Communists had told them that they were in need of "fraternal assistance against the ________".
Action FrançaiseCounter-revolutionaryMonarchismVichy France

Question 7: A radical strand of ________ nationalism produced the Front de Libération du Québec (FLQ), which since 1963 had been using terrorism in an attempt to make Quebec a sovereign nation.
CanadaAcadiansFrench CanadianCajun

Question 8: The Tlatelolco Massacre, also known as Tlatelolco's Night (from a book title), took place on the afternoon and night of October 2, 1968, in the Plaza de las Tres Culturas in the Tlatelolco section of ________.
Mexico CityRio de JaneiroMoscowSão Paulo

Question 9: The movement took place mostly among disillusioned students and was largely a ________ movement analogous to others around the globe during the late 1960s .
Anti-globalization movementNonviolent resistanceDirect actionProtest

Question 10: This wave of struggles re-energised pan-Africanism, and led to the founding of the ________ (OAU) in 1963 1
Organisation of African UnityAfrican Unification FrontChairperson of the African UnionAfrican Union

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