They charged their employers with the unseemly

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They charged their employers with the unseemly expansion of corporate profits.
Answers: a. They were protesting equal pay for women and men, blacks and whites. b. They were protesting discriminatory hiring practices of FEPC. c. They charged their employers with the unseemly expansion of corporate profits. d. They sought to express moral objections to the mass manufacturing of guns and ordinance. e. They were protesting the fact that the United States failed to make the destruction of German death camps a priority in its war efforts.
Question 8 2 out of 2 points In Korematsu v. United States , the Supreme Court:
Question 9 2 out of 2 points What must have been a significant factor in explaining California’s economic growth in the late 1940s and 1950s?
Question 10 2 out of 2 points The “zoot suit” riots of 1943:
Question 11 2 out of 2 points During the 1930s, the Good Neighbor Policy: Selected Answer: b. was a foreign policy based on the recognition of the autonomy of Latin American countries. Answers: a. included a continued U.S. military presence in Haiti and Nicaragua.
b. was a foreign policy based on the recognition of the autonomy of Latin American countries. c. included the renewal of the Platt Amendment. d. maintained the right of American military intervention in Latin America. e. was a foreign policy that assisted in democratic revolutions. Question 12 2 out of 2 points At Yalta the Big Three met for a summit. It was here that they finally agreed:
Question 13 0 out of 2 points The National Resources Planning Board:

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