How did demobilization following WWI impact racism in the United States?
It increased racism because African Americans held jobs that returning white soldiers wanted.
It increased racism because African Americans had refused to fight in the war.
It decreased racism because African Americans were recognized for their contributions to the war effort.
It decreased racism because African Americans and whites were no longer competing for the same jobs.
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The United States got involved in World War 1 because of a Zimmerman telegram sent to Mexico detailing German plans against the U.S in which Mexico was conquered by the U.S loosing Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. The note was sent on April 2 1917 and 4 days later the U.S declared war against Germany.