• anonymous
Which statement about American cities during the 1960s is not true? A. Serious poverty and unemployment resulted from millions of southern blacks moving to northern cities. B. Many young blacks in inner cities were filled with rage and turned to violence to vent their frustration. C. Poor whites in northern cities felt a sense of unity with southern blacks who moved into their neighborhoods. D. Segregation and discrimination were just as bad, or worse, in northern cities as in the South.
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  • anonymous
HAHA white people didn't give a single lick of sympathy to other poor black kids. It's definitely C.

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