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Who invented the concept of the mass construction of suburban homes?
What group was rigidly excluded from all three Levittowns?
The most significant social trend in postwar America was _______.
The term "baby boom" refers to a significant increase in _______.
By 1960, America's gross national product was ________ the 1940 gross national product.
Which section of the country benefited the most from the economic boom of the 1950s?
Which of the following was critical to life in the suburbs?
What was Dr. Benjamin Spock's bestselling book about?
What was the dominant social theme of 1950s America?
An immediate problem for rapidly growing suburban communities was providing adequate _______.
What kind of programming became popular after television advertisers abandoned dramas?
What was the focus of the bestselling book The Lonely Crowd?
Which of the following adjectives best describes Eisenhower's administration?
The first president to attack racial discrimination seriously was _______.
By 1960, the most racially integrated institution in American society was _______.
Which institution was the first focus of the NAACP's efforts to end segregation?
In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court ruled that school segregation _______.
By 1960, what percentage of African-American children in the Deep South attended schools with white students?
Whose action sparked the Montgomery bus boycott?
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s philosophy advocated _______.
Martin Luther King, Jr. founded the _______ to obtain civil rights for African Americans.
Where did the "sit-in" movement begin?
Why was the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee founded?
The 1950s in America were characterized by _______.
Why did some people criticize American suburban life?
The economic abundance of the 1950s _______.
Which of the following statements best describes typical Americans who were born in the 1930s?
The new American suburbs of the 1950s were NOT _______ diverse.
What was a drawback of suburban life for the family?
People's attitude toward organized religion in the 1950s was _______.
The government increased federal funding for science education in 1957 in response to _______.
The Truman administration failed to establish the Fair Employment Practices Commission because _______.
In the 1950s, Americans experienced a contradiction in _______.
During the Truman administration, _______.
As a result of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, _______.
Why did more than a hundred senators and congressmen sign the Southern Manifesto?
How did the Deep South respond to court-ordered desegregation?
President Eisenhower's approach to desegregation was to _______.
Why did Eisenhower send federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957?
What was the driving force for social change that gained civil rights for African Americans?
What was the initial goal of the Montgomery bus boycott?
Which event prompted a massive wave of "sit-ins" across the country?
What effect did memories of the Great Depression have on Americans in the 1950s?
Which of the following was NOT an important stimulus to American economic growth in the late 1940s and early 1950s?
What effect did postwar life have on women in American society?