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ccoffey415

  • one year ago

How did demobilization following WWI impact racism in the United States?

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  1. ccoffey415
    • one year ago
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    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 it decreased racism because African Americans and whites were no longer competing for the same jobs

  2. anonymous
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    "A It increased racism because African Americans held jobs that returning white soldiers wanted" is the correct answer. There were of course exceptions, but this is generally true.

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