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. What phrase describes the treatment blacks received in the years before World War II?

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separate but equal

integrated and equal

separate and unequal

integrated but unequal

2. Which was not a hardship African Americans experienced in the years preceding World War II?

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segregation in schools

discrimination in employment and housing

difficulty voting

problems marrying one another

3. What were blacks hoping for following their service in World War II?

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separate but equal schools

an end to Jim Crow laws

more opportunities for military service

farm subsidies for sharecroppers

4. What is one way that life changed for many black Americans following World War II?

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The lure of jobs took many to the North.

Farming in the South improved with better weather.

Housing segregation began to end.

Opportunities in the West increased migration there.

5. Whose actions did not challenge the racial status quo during the 1940s?

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Harry Truman

Thurgood Marshall

Jackie Robinson

Martin Luther King, Jr.

6. What organization worked to improve the situation for blacks in the 1940s?

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Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

The Black Panthers

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

7. What was the outcome of the Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education?

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Blacks could attend white schools if they chose to.

Racial culture in the South quickly changed.

It declared that separate schools for blacks and whites were fundamentally unequal.

It created a basis for the federal regulation and control of education.

8. What did blacks hope to gain by boycotting the buses in Montgomery, Alabama?

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They wanted to see the fares go down so they could afford to ride.

They thought they would be arrested and the publicity would help their cause.

They hoped to use economic pressure to end segregation on the buses.

They wanted the Montgomery Bus Company to begin transporting students to public schools.

9. Which is not an example of white resistance to desegregation?

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stalling the efforts to integrate schools

closing public schools and providing private school vouchers to white parents

admitting only a few black students to white schools

sending the poorest white students into black schools

10. How did the federal government respond when the governor of Arkansas refused to allow black students to enroll in Little Rock's Central High School?

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President Eisenhower sent federal troops to escort and protect the students.

The federal government deferred to the rights of the state.

President Eisenhower met with the governor who then allowed the students to enroll.

The federal government reminded the governor that admission was a decision for the local school system, not the state.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    i can help u with questions 1 through 5 can't guarentee they'll be right but i'll try and help i'm takin the same test as well.

    1. A

    2. D

    3. C

    4. C

    5. B cause Jackie broke the color barrier in baseball King Jr. had the speech I Have a Dream and i think changed things can't remember i don't do good in history i have a 68 not sure about the other 2 best i can do

    8. C

  • 5 years ago

    1. separate and unequal

    2. Problems Marring one another

    3. an end to Jim Crow laws

    4. the lure of jobs took many north

    5. Martin Luther King Jr

    6.Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)

    7. public schools that separated students by race had to make changes

    8. they hoped to use economic pressure to end segregation on the buses

    9. sending the poorest white students into black schools

    10. President Eisenhower sent federal troops to escort and protect the students

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