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i have no idea what it could be
i think Truman Doctrine, but wait for a second opinion
Which senator led a witch hunt for communists in the United States during the 1950s that destroyed the lives of many innocent people? A. Margaret Chase Smith B. Robert La Follette C. Joseph McCarthy D. Ralph Flanders
Oh, this one's easy. Joey McCarthy. American. Anti-communist. Mentally insane.
Which civil rights leader and great-grandson of a slave was one of the best lawyers of his day, winning 13 of the 15 cases he argued before the Supreme Court? A. Thurgood Marshall B. Emmett Till C. Earl Warren D. John Davis
I'm fairly certain that you want either the first or third answers. I'd go with the first one but that's my point of view.
Which Vietnamese nationalist asked President Truman for U.S. help in winning his country's independence from France? A. Chiang Kai-Shek B. Mao Zedong C. Ho Chi Minh D. Kim Il Sung
Well, he has three words in his name and it starts with an H. What am I?
Ho Chi Minh
In December 1955, who refused to comply with a Jim Crow law in Montgomery, Alabama that forced blacks to stand if there were no seats for whites on buses? A. Rosa Parks B. Stokely Carmichael C. Martin Luther King, Jr. D. John Lewis
Which general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers integrated major league baseball by signing Jackie Robinson to play for his team? A. Casey Stengel B. Ben Chapman C. Branch Rickey D. Clay Hopper
The second of these with a C in the first name is what you want.
Which president sent federal troops to Arkansas to uphold the court-ordered integration of Little Rock High School? A. John Kennedy B. Dwight Eisenhower C. Harry Truman D. Lyndon Johnson
He was a general during the Second World War, responsible for the liberation of Europe. He was bald, and was known commonly as "Ike". Who am I?
Which civil rights leader, the son of a minister, was influenced by the writings of Thoreau and Gandhi, both of whom believed in the power of nonviolence? A. George Wallace B. Malcolm X C. Stokley Carmichael D. Martin Luther King, Jr.
There is but one man who said "I have a dream".
martin luther king jr.
Who controls the means of production in a communist economic system? A. public trusts B. wealthy individuals C. government agencies D. foreign investors
Hint, communist = government.
Which does not describe a way that a boycott can be a powerful agent for change? A. It demonstrates the power of the judicial system. B. It is non-threatening because it rejects violence. C. It can have a serious economic impact on businesses. D. It shows that many people support the cause.
Hint, legal systems (federal/judicial/national) tend to have nothing to do with boycotts.
Try the opposite of D.
Go one letter up.
Which statement about American society in the 1950s is correct? A. Most suburban neighborhoods had a lot of racial and ethnic diversity. B. Most Americans of the 1950s lived on farms. C. Many middle class suburban women were unhappy with their circumstances. D. Most people in suburbia could not afford cars.
i have no idea
I believe you should look to the second of the odd numbers.
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