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okay i found this armed forces integration was the forerunner, but the main force didn't pick up until brown v board of education in 1954. the montgomery buss boycott followed this in 1955 after rosa parks refused to get up from her seat to let a white folk sit down. king was appointed president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and achieved buss integration in montgomery. in 1956, fred shuttlesworth began the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights in birminham, alabama, organising his own boycott of the dowtown busses (but he was not as successful as King was). in 1960 the sit-ins became popular in the carolinas and spread quickly across the south. in 1961 the freedom rides started; they also swept across the south. 1962 King went to Albany, Georgia to tackle segregation there, but was defeated by the white forces there. shuttlesworth was still in birmingham, keeping the efforts alive, but he needed help and called on King and the SCLC to help out. the events in spring of 1963 forced Kennedy to administer a civil rights bill to congress on june 19, 1963. johnson signed the bill on july 2, 1964.
would say so
Which of these Civil Rights leaders favored black nationalism? Malcolm X James Farmer Thurgood Marshall Martin Luther King, Jr.
I would go with the first of these choices.
me too a
What was one similarity between the antiwar movement and the Red Power movement? support for greater economic equality the desire to expand participatory democracy a feeling of powerlessness among their members opposition to the policies of the federal government
The last of these is what you must look for.
i would go with the last one D
Which of these is true about the U.S. economy in the early 21st century? The United States has the world's largest economy. The United States exports more goods than any other nation. U.S. households enjoy the highest standard of living in the world. U.S. industries produce most of the goods consumed in the United States.
I'm fairly certain the one you seek is the first of these.
The graph below shows the number of people employed in the textile and apparel industry in the United States from 1950 to 2002: A line graph of jobs in the textile and apparel industry shows a decline from about 1.2 million jobs in 1950 to about 400,000 jobs in 2002. The apparel industry rises from 1.2 million to 1.4 million in 1970 then drops to about 500,000 in 2002. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Which of these contributed to the trend shown on this graph? Americans began consuming fewer textile products. Congress ended decades of subsidies for the textile industry. Textile manufacturers moved jobs to countries with lower labor costs. Innovations in textile production methods reduced the need for human workers.
Go with the one that is opposite from the first.
i would say B
lol thats what im wondering
That might be it.
i would say im 90% sure its B
I had a good feeling about the last one.
The rise of feminism in the 1960s was connected with which of the following events? election of Richard Nixon rise in women's average wages failures of the Civil Rights movement influence of the counterculture movement
Because technology moves on. Machines and whatnot reduce human need, so I went with it.
i dont get it?
i would say B
The one I believe to be correct is the one I recommend going with with. But if you think GenTorr is correct, go with their choice.
now im confused O_o
Passage of the McCarran Act was related to which of these? Vietnam War Marshall Plan Truman Doctrine Second Red Scare - Is it D?
yes i would go with D
Yeah. I'd go with that one too.
Three Western powers—the United States, France, and the United Kingdom—were original members of SEATO, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization. Why would those powers have joined a mutual defense organization in Southeast Asia? All three nations were asked to become members by weaker Asian nations. All three nations wanted to contain the spread of communism in the region. All three nations had established colonies in the region. All three nations wanted land and ports for military bases in the region.
Look to the one that would be the first of the even numbers.
How did the launch of Sputnik affect the American public? It prompted Congress to investigate communist infiltration in the federal government. It made many Americans realize that communism was not an inferior economic system. It raised fears that the Soviet Union could drop a nuclear bomb directly on the United States. It showed that the U.S.S.R was more interested in scientific development than in an arms race.
That one, you'd want the second of the odd numbers.
The launching of the Russian satellite "Sputkik" was a major even in the Cold War and sparked the "space race". "It raised fears that the Soviet Union could drop a nuclear bomb directly on the United States" would be the best answer.
Which statement describes how the Johnson administration supported the Civil Rights movement? Johnson's Department of Education cut off funding to schools with racial segregation. President Johnson pressured Congress to pass strong Civil Rights and voting rights laws. Federal judges appointed by President Johnson struck down affirmative action programs. Johnson administration officials frequently participated in Civil Rights marches and sit-ins.
not really sure about this one
Go with the one that is the first of the even numbers.
The quote below was written in 1964: "It is a place where the city of man serves not only the needs of the body and the demands of commerce but the desire for beauty and the hunger for community." Source: http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/npsg/quotes/sec3.htm The quote above refers to which of the following domestic policies of the 1960s? Space Race Civil Rights legislation War on poverty Great Society
sorry about that
nothing i left i would say c or d but im more to D
i know were she is
i dont know how to tell you
lol what do you mean
what does that mean
she was helping someone else
oh okay. no problem
No it's fine dear. They're busy at the moment. Don't worry I'm sure they'll come back to help you asap. ^_^
well im going to go BYE -_-
i think it's c but i can't say that's the right answer
awe thank you so much