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Quiz 9Question 1(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 1 unsaved” title=”Question 1 unsaved”>World War II caused a boom in copper prices but had little effect on the value and mining of other metals.Question 1 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 2(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 2 unsaved” title=”Question 2 unsaved”>The 1950’s saw unprecedented growth in manufacturing in Arizona.Question 2 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 3(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 3 unsaved” title=”Question 3 unsaved”>Throughout the 1940’s and 1950’s, opportunities for African Americans greatly increased.Question 3 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 4(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 4 unsaved” title=”Question 4 unsaved”>The Bracero Program allowed hundreds of thousands of Mexicans to legally work in the United States.Question 4 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 5(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 5 unsaved” title=”Question 5 unsaved”>As the Republican Party grew in power during the 1950’s, unionism also grew as a Statewide political force.Question 5 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 6(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 6 unsaved” title=”Question 6 unsaved”>From 1940 to 1950 the percentage of Arizona’s population that lived in either Tucson or Phoenix decreased from 50% to 25%.Question 6 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 7(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 7 unsaved” title=”Question 7 unsaved”>The African American and Mexican American populations in Arizona were each about 200, 000 in 1960.Question 7 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 8(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 8 unsaved” title=”Question 8 unsaved”>The gains that female laborers made during World War II continued throughout the following decades and included “equal wages for equal work” with their male counterparts.Question 8 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 9(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 9 unsaved” title=”Question 9 unsaved”>Manufacturing, mining and agriculture all enjoyed a nearly 200% increase from 1950-1960.Question 9 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 10(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 10 unsaved” title=”Question 10 unsaved”>The number of automobiles and trucks registered in Arizona increased by over 300% from 1940-1960.Question 10 options:TrueFalsequiz 10Question 1(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 1 unsaved” title=”Question 1 unsaved”>The end of World War II had a profound negative economic impact on the Navajo.Question 1 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 2(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 2 unsaved” title=”Question 2 unsaved”>Throughout the 20thcentury the State controlled far more land in Arizona than did the federal government.Question 2 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 3(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 3 unsaved” title=”Question 3 unsaved”>A new environmental movement coincided with the increasing urbanization of Arizona.Question 3 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 4(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 4 unsaved” title=”Question 4 unsaved”>The stock reduction of Navajo herds in the 1930’s is an excellent example of the BIA and Native Americans working together for a common goal.Question 4 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 5(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 5 unsaved” title=”Question 5 unsaved”>Even though Arizona’s population shifted from rural to urban throughout the 20thcentury, political power remained in the hands of the rural populations because of the influence of miners and ranchers.Question 5 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 6(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 6 unsaved” title=”Question 6 unsaved”>Arizona was a leading timber producer nationally throughout much of the 20thcentury.Question 6 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 7(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 7 unsaved” title=”Question 7 unsaved”>Native Americans, African Americans and Mexican Americans who served in World War II, returned to a society with far less racial prejudice.Question 7 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 8(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 8 unsaved” title=”Question 8 unsaved”>John Collier, Superintendent of the BIA, was a leading proponent of complete Indian sovereignty.Question 8 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 9(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 9 unsaved” title=”Question 9 unsaved”>The Grand Plan included supplying energy throughout the southwest.Question 9 options:TrueFalseSaveQuestion 10(2 points) .pima.edu/d2l/img/0/QuestionCollection.Main.infQuestionUnsaved.gif?v=10.1.0.425-25″ alt=”Question 10 unsaved” title=”Question 10 unsaved”>Carlos Montezuma was staunch supporter of the reservation system.Question 10 options:TrueFalseSave

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