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Which of the following statements is true of the situation facing blacks during the Great Depression? Civil rights acts were passed that gave them economic protection. The government did little to put a halt to the practice of lynchings. Blacks were chosen for jobs over other minority groups. Whites most likely received jobs over blacks in professional fields. Federal programs requiring skilled labor favored black applicants. Blacks were paid less than white workers if they did get a job.

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    The government did little to put a halt to the practice of lynchings. Blacks were chosen for jobs over other minority groups.

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