Here is a little bit of what I learned:
The riots that tore through U. S. various cities in the 1960s. Between 1964 and 1971, civil disturbances resulted in large numbers of injuries, deaths, and arrests. As well as property damage, concentrated in predominantly black areas.
the answer to the question is a
b. cronkite, a trusted television personality, declared that the war was unwinnable and told the american people that the government had better find a way out
even though it went against everything the news anchors typically stood for, cronkite voiced an opinion and took a stance, telling the us that there was no way they were going to win, the war was going to end in a stalemate.