rebecca1588
  • rebecca1588
Which statement about the black migration of the 1920s is not true? A. Many blacks who had been disenfranchised in the South gained the right to vote in northern cities. B. Blacks from the South found better living and working prospects in northern cities. C. Blacks who moved to northern cities still lived in segregated neighborhoods. D. Many blacks found conditions in northern cities worse than under Jim Crow and returned to the South.
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jabez177
  • jabez177
Which ones can be eliminated?
rebecca1588
  • rebecca1588
I think its A. or C.
jabez177
  • jabez177
Right because B and D are eliminated. So now out of A and C, what does you feeling say?

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rebecca1588
  • rebecca1588
It said NOT true, so I think A
jabez177
  • jabez177
Perfect! :D See, you're smart! :D :)
rebecca1588
  • rebecca1588
Thanks for your help: :)
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You are most welcome! :D

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