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20.What was the purpose of Operation Rolling Thunder? A)To eliminate 50 percent of the poverty in the United States by 1970B)To use aerial bombardments to force the communists to quit their struggle against South VietnamC)To increase literacy in the United States by 20 percent in the 1960sD)To reduce racial tensions by rebuilding the worst urban slumE)To force the Soviet Union to withdraw its forces from Eastern Europe
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21.What was President Johnson's vision of a Great Society? 22.In the 1950s and 1960s, what did the Warren Court do? 23.Which of the following was not one of the decisions of the Warren Court? 24.In Miranda v. Arizona, the Supreme Court declared that A)police had to advise a suspect of his or her constitutional right to remain silent.B)state laws prohibiting marriage between persons of different races were unconstitutional.C)the federal courts possessed jurisdiction over state apportionment systems to ensure that the votesof all citizens carry equal weight.D)states could not establish racially segregated schools even if the schools were supposed to have equal facilities. E) states could not ban the use of contraceptives.

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