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Question 30 out of 0 pointsThe Montgomery Bus Boycott:Selected Answer:e.was sparked when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up herseat to a white man.Answers:a.marked the end of the civil rights movement.b.lasted less than two weeks.c.propelled Thurgood Marshall into the national spotlight as a leader in the civil rights movement.d.did not succeed in desegregating the public buses.e.was sparked when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up herseat to a white man.
Question 40 out of 0 pointsDuring the Eisenhower administration, U.S.-Soviet relations:
Willey 9were made worse with the introduction of the policy of massive retaliation.
Question 50 out of 0 pointsWhy were American suburbs of the 1950s so heavily segregated?
Question 60 out of 0 pointsWhy did President Eisenhower use the CIA to overthrow the government of Iran in the early 1950s?Selected Answer:e.The government had attempted to nationalize British-owned oil fields.Answers:a.Iran had refused to enter peace talks with the United States and the Soviet Union in 1950.b.He did not believe Iran was ready for a democratically elected leader after centuries of monarchical rule.c.The government was slowly adopting communist policies.d.Israel had protested Iran’s friendly relationship with Egypt.
Willey 11e.The government had attempted to nationalize British-owned oil fields.

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