1. What was Truman's response to post-war attacks on black servicemen in 1945/46?
- He ignored the attacks.
- He was horrified by the attacks, and said they "turned his stomach over"
- He found it humorous and laughed about it.
- He gave reparations to the servicemen.
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2. What did Truman establish in 1948?
- An integrated library in Missouri.
- An equal opportunities board.
- A Fair Employment Board.
- An all-black football team.
3. What areas of the armed forces remained segregated?
- The National Guard and Reserves
- The dining areas the troops ate their meals at.
- The whole of the Armed Forces
- The trenches
4. What did the Fair Employment Board aim to do?
- Give blacks reparations.
- Give minorities equal treatment in federal employment.
- Give blacks jobs on reservations.
- Help the poor out of poverty
5. What was SWEATT v. PAINTER? 1950
- Segregation on park benches was abolished.
- A separate black Texan law school was not equal to the University of Texas Law School to which the black petitioner had therefore to be admitted.
- Segregation at the Mississippi Mathmatics school was declared as "degrading" by president Truman.
- Segregation in Oklahoma's local library was declared unconstitutional.
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