Mc how did the united states entry into world war ii

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8. (07.04 MC)How did the United States' entry into World War II affect American society? (7points)It caused the majority of citizens to become suspicious of U.S. government actions.It caused a number of anti-war protests to take place across the United States.It increased the employment rate for African Americans and other minorities.It increased reliance on U.S. government social assistance programs.
Score: 7 of 79. (07.04 MC)Question refers to the image below.© akg Images/Universal Images Group/Image Quest 2015How does this image reflect a change in American society during World War II? (7 points)
Score: 7 of 710. (07.04 MC)Question refers to the chart below.Table 22.1 Labor Union MembershipYearNumber of Members19332,857,00019343,728,00019353,753,00019364,107,00019375,780,00019388,265,00019398,980,00019408,944,000194110,489,000194210,762,000194313,642,000194414,621,000194514,796,000Which event had the most impact on union growth according to the information shown in the chart and your knowledge of history? (7 points)
11. (07.04 MC)Question refers to the excerpt below."The properly constituted military authorities feared an invasion of our West Coast and felt constrained to take proper security measures ... Congress, reposing its confidence in this time of war in our military leaders—as inevitably it must—determined that they should have the power to do just
Which of the following events led to the measures described in the excerpt? (6 points)Attack on Pearl Harbor by the JapaneseRelease of atomic bombs on Japanese citiesDiscovery of an advanced Japanese spy networkEnlistment of Japanese migrants in the military
Score: 6 of 6

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