Kennedy believed wholeheartedly in the doctrine of containment. The Alliance of Progress provided $25 billion dollars to Latin American countries

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 The Chicano Movement led by Caesar Chavez   
Answers:led several boycotts against grape growers, but none were successful. pushed for citizenship for undocumented immigrants who had worked in California for years. called for a national boycott of grapes, which resulted in higher wages and better living conditions for workers. took hold during the 1950s but had no real successes until the 1960s.   

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 Which southern city was sometimes referred to as “the most segregated city in America”?   
Answers:Laurel, Mississippi Little Rock, Arkansas Atlanta, Georgia Birmingham, Alabama   

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 The Black Power movement   
Answers:was led by Martin Luther King, Jr. was an offshoot of the SCLC. promoted black pride and black control over the social, educational and religious institutions in their communities. All of these choices.   

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 Which of these statements is not true about Kennedy’s “nation-building” plans?   
Answers:Kennedy believed wholeheartedly in the doctrine of containment. The Alliance of Progress provided $25 billion dollars to Latin American countries to strengthen their resistance against communism. Kennedy announced he was willing to wage preemptive strikes to prevent the march of communism. Kennedy’s two biggest concerns early in his presidency were Cuba and Korea.   

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 All of the following is true about John F. Kennedy, except   
 He was born into a very prosperous Boston Irish family. He was a World War II hero. He was a middle-of-the-road congressman and senator. Kennedy was Catholic, at a time when Jews and Catholics were beginning to enter the American mainstream.   

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 A report put out by the Council of Economic Advisors in 1964 indicated that more than 22 percent of Americans   
Answers:were homeless. had volunteered for VISTA. lived in poverty and lacked adequate food and shelter. were in need of jobs.   

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 In 1967, opposition to the war in Vietnam became more mainstream when   
 news from the Tet Offensive demonstrated that the war was unwinnable. the release of the secret Pentagon Papers highlighted the many ways in which previous administrations had lied to the American people.
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