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This is the time period after WWII where the population more than doubled.
After WWII, factories began producing _________ products and stopped producing __________ products.
What two things did labor unions fight for during the Post WWII era?
What is the GI Bill of rights?
The interstate highway system was created by which President?
Germany was divided into 4 sections after WWII. Name the 4 countries that were responsible in helping Germany rebuild their government.
What country(s) controlled East Germany and what type of government was established there?
What country(s) controlled West Germany and what type of government was established there?
What country helped Japan to rebuild and then became strong allies with them?
What type of government was established in Japan after WWII?
What Supreme Court decision decided seperate but equal, legalizing segregation in the South?
What did Brown v. The Board of Education decide?
What did the Voting Rights Act of 1965 state?
What law prohibits discrimination in public places based on race or color?
African Americans used a variety of ways to protest during the Civil Rights movement. Name 2
Rosa Parks was arrested after refusing to give up her seat on bus. Her arrest led directly to what event?
What Civil Rights leader spoke at the March on Washington?
Martin Luther King Jr. believed in passive resistance. What does this mean?
Who established the NAACP and what was its purpose?
Who argued for Brown in Brown v. Board of Education and went on to become the first African American Supreme Court Justice?
Most women who worked in factories during WWII did what after the war?
In the 1940s and 1950s, which former first lady fought for women's rights?
How did Title IX give more rights to women?
What is NOW?
What are 2 disadvantages women face in the workplace?
What two countries were in a race to space after WWII?
After WWII, what groups of people made up the new wave of immigrants?
What organization was created to prevent future wars after WWII?
What plan did the US use to give money to democratic nations after WWII?
How did President Truman help give equal rights to African Americans?
NAACP The NAACP(The National Advancement for Colored People) worked to end segregation.
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1. The doctrine of separate but equal was the result of which court case? Plessy v. Ferguson.
Who is this?. Rosa Parks Seamstress in Montgomery, Alabama Dec. 1, 1955—refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger Arrested by the police.
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