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79: In discussing the provisions of the Marshall Plan, the author of Dollar Diplomacy notes that:
80: Among the heroes of the Marshall Plan identified in Dollar Diplomacy were all of the following except:
81: As pointed out in Dollar Diplomacy, Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin denounced the Marshall Plan.
82: As pointed out in "From Rosie the Riveter to the Global Assembly Line: American Women on the World Stage," American women who had entered the work force during World War II were encouraged to:
83: As noted in "From Rosie the Riveter to the Global Assembly Line: American Women on the World Stage," the term "feminization of poverty" refers to:
84: As related in "From Rosie the Riveter to the Global Assembly Line: American Women on the World Stage," although the United States encouraged other countries to grant equal rights to women, the Equal Rights Amendment in America was virtually ignored by Congress.
85: As reported in The Civil Rights Movement in World Perspective, the Double V Campaign suggested that:
86: As noted in The Civil Rights Movement in World Perspective, America’s Achilles heel in the competition with the Soviet Union for the allegiance of new nations having recently emerged from European colonial empires was:
87: As stated in The Civil Rights Movement in World Perspective, before 1967, Martin Luther King was largely silent on U.S. foreign policy and involvement in Vietnam.
88: As depicted in "The Rise of Conservatism Since World War II," during the election of 1964 the conservative movement in America:
89: As given in "The Rise of Conservatism Since World War II," social welfare programs enacted in the 1930s, such as the Social Security Act of 1935, were seen by conservatives as:
90: As claimed in "The Rise of Conservatism Since World War II," the author Frederick Hayek argued in 1944 that controlling the economic freedom of the citizenry was necessary to thwart the rise of communism.
91: In assessing the 1960s in "The Spirit of '68," author John Judis concludes that the era was of:
92: As maintained in "The Spirit of '68," reform in the 1960s was aided by an alliance of all of the following except:

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