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9/8/2020Sophia :: Welcome1/16UNIT 3 — MILESTONE 3Score14/31Sorry, you didn't pass this Milestone. Get in touch with a Learning Coach for help at [email protected]14 questions were answered correctly.17 questions were answered incorrectly.1Which statement reflects an effect that World War II had on American workers?"I'm grateful that the government is helping me to take care of my children while I support the war effort.""As a black man, Roosevelt's Executive Order 8802 prohibits me from taking advantage of opportunities inthe defense industry.""The war has made it harder for me to find a well paid job that allows me to support my family.""As a woman, I feel excluded from the economic benefits the war has generated."CONCEPTThe American Homefront 2Choose the statement that explains one way the federal government supported private business duringWorld War II.
9/8/2020Sophia :: Welcome2/16“We will enforce antitrust regulations while wartime mobilization and production are in effect.”“We will assume the majority of costs associated with converting your factory to produce wartimematerials.” “We will decrease taxes on corporations and allow them to lower wages for the duration of the war.”“We will award defense contracts to the smallest 100 corporations in the United States.”CONCEPTArsenal of Democracy 3The United Nations issued a Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Which of the following statements reflects an idea contained in the United Nations' Universal Declarationof Human Rights?All war should be outlawed for the good of the world.Human rights are impossible to define.All nations are bound to defend this Declaration if another nation violates it.Slavery is wrong no matter where or why it occurs.CONCEPTCold War and the Civil Rights Movement 4Identity politics emerged in the 1960s as movements began to focus on issues specific to the subgroups to whichtheir participants belonged. Choose the true statement about the effects of the Black Power movement.
9/8/2020Sophia :: Welcome3/16“I learned that integration was the best way to solve problems in the African American community.” "It was easier for white Americans to support the aims of the Black Power movement than the traditionalCivil Rights movement."" I supported nonviolence as the best strategy for social change.""I supported the decision to kick whites out of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee."CONCEPTThe Rise of Identity Politics in America 5Federal housing policies prior to World War II and government agencies, such as the Home Owners'Loan Corporation, helped create ________.