Out of 2 points during the 1950s television selected

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Question 44 2 out of 2 pointsDuring the 1950s, television: Selected Answer: a. became an effective advertising medium. Answers: a. became an effective advertising medium. b. presented shows that were controversial. c. effectively spread images of working-class life to a growing number of Americans. d. became the nation’s least favorite form of leisure activity. e. tried to replace newspapers as the most common source of information but failed.
Question 45 2 out of 2 pointsAmerica’s image abroad during the Cold War:
Question 46 2 out of 2 pointsWhat inspiration did Martin Luther King Jr. gain from Mahatma Gandhi?
Question 47 2 out of 2 pointsBy the mid-1950s, for the first time in American history, white-collar workers outnumbered blue-collar factory and manual laborers.
Question 48 2 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following did NOT challenge the mass conformity of the 1950s? Selected Answer:e. Desperate materialism. Answers: a. Immediate pleasure enhanced by drugs.b. On the Road. c. Rebel without a Cause d. Beat poet Allen Ginsberg. e. Desperate materialism.
Question 49 2 out of 2 pointsIn his 1961 farewell address, President Eisenhower warned Americans about:
Question 50 2 out of 2 pointsWhy did the Soviet Union strongly support the national independence movements in the new Third World?
against European and American imperialists. b. The Soviet Union was looking to secure reliable export markets for their consumer goods surpluses. c. Soviets were desperately trying to expand their share in foreign export markets. d. Soviets feared the obvious appeal an alliance with former colonial rulers had for these new nations. e. The Soviet Union had made the right to self-determination a principle for all nations around the world.

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