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Final Test Five -- Part One

10 Questions  I  By Melkinsey2000
FiNAL TEST FiVE -- PART ONE

  
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1.  Who was responsible for leading the 20th century witch hunt that Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible about?
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2.  In “Recitatif,” Toni Morrison explicitly reveals the race of Twyla and Roberta
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3.  In 1960, John F. Kennedy was elected President, and his brother, Robert Kennedy (U.S. attorney general), sent federal troops into the South to enforce desegregation
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4.  Based on what you know about the characters in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, what are some of the reasonable explanations for why people were accusing others of witchcraft?
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5.  In the 1980s and 1990s, the U.S. engaged in quick, sharply specified interventions rather than war
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6.  In “Recitatif,” Toni Morrison creates a world where race is of no consequence and people are judged based on who they are rather than appearance
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7.  During World War II, with three million men in uniform, the workforce was comprised of increasing numbers of women. After hostilities concluded, many women gladly and eagerly returned to homemaking.
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8.  Since 1945, in literature, there have been conflicts between (choose all that apply)
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9.  Arthur Miller wrote the play The Crucible to comment on a 20th century witch hunt, which was really the hunt for
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10.  African American men who had fought in World War II, served in fighting units throughout the war and were unwilling to return to second-class citizen status after the war
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