The character of Archie Bunker best expressed the feelings of?A) Americans who feared that society as unraveling // B) soldiers serving in Vietnam // C) rock and roll musicians influenced by...
The only plausible answer to this question is A. Archie Bunker was an archtypical portrayal of the "silent majority" that Richard Nixon talked about in the late '60s and early 1970s.
The show "All in the Family" was about the generational gap between traditionalist, conservative, "white ethnic" Americans and their more liberal children. Archie Bunker was a character who embodied the more traditional and conservative point of view. This point of view held that American society was falling apart as traditional values fell by the wayside and were replaced by more "modern" ideas. For this reason, A is the best answer.