anonymous
  • anonymous
What were the Native Americans trying to do when they took over Alcatraz? A. acquire more housing B. make people aware of Indian grievances C. take the warden hostage D. obtain weapons
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SnuggieLad
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Well this was a big deal. They did not really want more housing but they did want the shock factor. When alcatraz was closed they shiped over to it and claimed it by right of "discovery". They did that multiple times until they coast guard got fed up and removed them. They then did it again and proclaimed that the united states had done wrong to the indians. They said they had unlawfully taken their land and been unfair. So that being said the answer is B.
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What did Martin Luther King, Jr., and Attorney General Robert Kennedy have in common?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. They both worked to end poverty and unequal treatment of the races. B. They both came from homes of great wealth and privilege. C. They both were striving for high political office when they were struck down. D. They both believed that their greatest talents were forming foreign policy.

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