Out of 2 points how did the authors of the southern

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Question 390 out of 2 pointsHow did the authors of The Southern Manifesto (1956) describe southern race relations prior tothe U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education?
Question 402 out of 2 pointsWilliam Levitt, with the help of the GI Bill, gave many Americans the opportunity to
Question 410 out of 2 pointsWhat about the golden age of capitalism between 1946 and 1960 was most beneficial for Americans?
Question 422 out of 2 pointsAs a result of the Montgomery boycott in 1955–1956:Answers:Correcta. the Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public transportation was illegal.b. the Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public transportation was legal.c. African-American women became less involved in the civil rights movement.d. blacks won the right to attend the school of their choice.e. Rosa Parks was sent to jail for over a year.
Question 432 out of 2 pointsAll of the following were new innovations of the 1950s that helped to transform Americans dailylives EXCEPT:
Question 442 out of 2 pointsThurgood Marshall argued before the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education that segregation did lifelong damage to black children, undermining their self-esteem.
Question 450 out of 2 pointsNgo Dinh Diem was a Buddhist with sympathy for the small farmers of South Vietnam and was thus America’s choice to lead that country afer the Geneva Conference.
Question 462 out of 2 pointsHow did the 1959 American National Exhibition showcase freedom in the United States?Answers:a. As a choice of expression.Correctb. Through a display of consumer goods.c. By highlighting America’s classless society.d. By emphasizing the expansion of suffrage.e. As a moral condition.

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