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You passed this Milestone 20 questions were answered correctly . 5 questions were answered incorrectly . 1 Identity politics emerged in the 1960s as movements began to focus on issues specific to the subgroups to which their participants belonged. Choose the true statement about the effects of the Black Power movement. "It was easier for white Americans to support the aims of the Black Power movement than the traditional Civil Rights movement." “I learned that integration was the best way to solve problems in the African American community.” "I supported the decision to kick whites out of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee." " I supported nonviolence as the best strategy for social change." CONCEPT The Rise of Identity Politics in America 2 Choose the true statement about African American culture and politics in the 1920s. Jazz venues like The Cotton Club catered strictly to black audiences. Harlem, a neighborhood in New York City became associated with the “New Negro” movement. Leaders like Marcus Garvey advocated integration and cooperation with whites as the path to equality. Jazz music was particularly popular among rural African Americans. CONCEPT
The Harlem Renaissance 3 Choose the statement that describes an economic consequence of the United States as an "arsenal of democracy" during World War II. "Scrap metal and other materials are really hard to come by these days." "President Roosevelt had the government take over the shipping industry." "The group that benefited most, economically, from wartime production was U.S soldiers." "My uncle worked as a shipbuilder and told me about how President Roosevelt nationalized the shipping and shipbuilding industries." CONCEPT Arsenal of Democracy 4 Choose the true statement about the nature of the American economy in the 1970s. The Sunbelt gained political influence as a center for economic and technological progress. The United States continued to export more than it imported, resulting in a trade surplus. Economic stagnation was exacerbated by deflation. The United States faced increasing economic competition from the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc. CONCEPT The 1970s 5
Select a factor that shifted American foreign policy toward imperialism in the 1890s. Navy officials supported the acquisition of Pacific islands to establish bases and coaling stations. Major European nations were beginning the process of decolonization. American businessmen reduced their investments in mining and railroad ventures in Mexico. The U.S. government hoped to attract more immigrants to boost the American population. CONCEPT The Origins of American Imperialism 6 Choose the true statement about the nature of the rural economy in the late 19th century.

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