Question 10 out of 1 pointsWhy did anticommunist Harry Truman veto the McCarran-Walter Act?Selected Answer:b. Truman did not actually veto the act, preferring to propose an alternative bill.Answers:a. Truman had become alarmed at the excesses of the anticommunist crusade.b. Truman did not actually veto the act, preferring to propose an alternative bill.c. The McCarran-Walter Act closely mirrored the Committee on Immigration’s report, Whom Shall We Welcome, an investigative body commissioned by Truman’s political enemies.d. The anticommunist measures targeting immigrants did not go far enough for Truman.e. The bill did not adequately address how to respond to illegal aliens.
Question 20 out of 1 pointsThe 1948 presidential race: