Section 3-Turn of Century-02

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Section 3-Turn of Century-02 1. Booker T. Washington believed that the key to political and civil rights for African-Americans was a. to directly challenge white supremacy. b. the vote. c. economic independence. d. the rejection of accommodationist attitudes. [E] rigorous academic training. 2. In the 1896 case of Plessy v. Ferguson , the Supreme Court ruled that a. literacy tests for voting were constitutional. b. the Fourteenth Amendment did not apply to African-Americans. c. “separate but equal” facilities were constitutional. d. African-Americans could be denied the right to vote. [E] segregation was unconstitutional. 3. One weapon that was used to put Boss Tweed, leader of New York City’s infamous Tweed Ring, in jail was a. the RICO racketeering act. b. granting immunity to Tweed’s cronies in exchange for testimony. c. federal income tax evasion charges. d. the cartoons of the political satirist Thomas Nast. [E] New York City’s ethics laws. 4. The early settlement house workers, such as Jane Addams and Florence Kelley, helped to blaze the professional trail for a. day-care workers. b. criminal psychologists. c. female politicians. d. social workers. 5. Most New Immigrants a. were converted to mainstream Protestantism. b. tried to preserve their Old Country culture in America.
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Whittaker during the Spring '12 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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