Your essay should be formatted as follows; a cover page and works cited page, an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Additionally, your essay must be 4 pages, (not including the cover page or the works cited page) but no more than 5 pages, double-spaced, Times New Roman style, 12-point font, MLA format. You must utilize at least 2 secondary historical sources and 1 primary resource to support your claims. One secondary source can be your textbook.Course E-Book Give Me Liberty! vol. 2 Choose 1 Primary Document source (see the library research presentation video; located in module labeled Student Resources) Choose 2 additional Secondary sources (see library presentation video in Module labeled Student Resources) Directions Choose two of the following groups as the focus for your essay. Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, The American Indian Movement, Yellow Pearl, La Raza, Students for a Democratic Society, and the Feminists Movement. In your essay please examine the following questions and use examples from the course textbook and two primary sources to support your claims, as always you must cite your historical source. Essay Question Many of the social movements of the 1960s and 1970s can be described as going through three phases. First, an initial grassroots phase organizing their demands in the community. Second, a phase where they offered legislative solutions, and a third phase where they attempted to effect broad cultural change. Which of these phrases do you believe had a greater effect on America and why?