All of the following were major events in the Civil Rights Movement of the late

All of the following were major events in the civil

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102. All of the following were major events in the Civil Rights Movement of the late 1950s and early 1960s except: (A) the integration of the United States Armed Forces (B) the Montgomery bus boycott (C) the sit- ins at lunch counters (D) the Freedom Bus rides (E) the March on Washington. 103. Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. both came to national prominence in the Civil Rights Movement during the (A) Montgomery bus boycott (B) sit- ins and 105. All of the following statements about the election of 1960 are true except: (A) 106. All of the following are important to understanding U.S. foreign policy from 1945to 1970 except 107. During the period from 1945 to 1970, U.S. foreign policy planners were LEAST concerned with (A) containing Soviet expansion (B) trade imbalances between the United States and Japan (C) Cuba’s support for guerrilla movements in Latin America (D) wars on national liberation in SE Asia (E) Military conflicts in the middle East. 108. Which of the following occurred during the Truman administration? (A) Yalta 110. In 1961, the most significant event affecting relations between the United States and Cuba was (A) the discovery of Soviet missiles on the island (B) Castro’s decision to 111.The principal reason for the economic boom in the United States after the Second World War was (A) full employment, because the United States kept ten million men in

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