anonymous
  • anonymous
How did the American public react to televised scenes of Birmingham's police force turning dogs and fire hoses against peaceful civil rights marchers? A. Northerners didn't pay any attention and southerners didn't have television sets. B. Most people across the North and the South sympathized with the police. C. Decent people, both in the North and in the South, were horrified and outraged. D. Most northerners and southerners felt the civil rights movement had achieved its goals.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Many people across the country had not witnessed the horrors of the South so when televised they we're pretty _____ what do you think that word is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
horrified and outraged
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  • anonymous
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