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Some Texas State History homework i need help with. Please help with any answers you can. Thanks!
Until 1954, all jurors in Texas were male.
After Brown v. Board of Education all Texas schools immediately complied.
Pollution in the Houston Ship Channel became so bad tests showed no oxygen in the water.
In Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court ruled that
racial segregation was legal.
racial segregation in schools was unconstitutional.
women could serve on juries.
all state senators must represent the same number of people.
All of these rights were limited during the "red scare" EXCEPT
freedom of speech.
freedom from unlawful search and seizure.
freedom of the press.
freedom to assemble peaceably.
Whose message of nonviolence and racial equality attracted a wide following?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Congress of Racial Equality organized all of the following EXCEPT
bombings of college buildings.
The law that protected the rights of all people to vote was the
Voting Rights Act.
Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Congress of Racial Equality.
Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
A third-party candidate is one who is
both a Democrat and a Republican.
neither a Democrat nor a Republican.
By 2000, the Republicans in Texas became identified with
The three countries affected by NAFTA are the United States, Mexico, and
In 1984, the Texas legislature enacted all of these school reforms EXCEPT
increasing teacher salaries.
providing for merit pay.
increasing class sizes.
increasing state funding for poorer school districts.
Texas folklore is important in telling about the state's
history and culture.
The first artists of Texas were prehistoric peoples who left
Visitors to New Braunfels and Fredericksburg can learn about
The increase in population in Texas according to the 2000 census meant
Texas gained another senator.
Texas gained two members in the House of Representatives.
Texas qualified for more federal aid.
Texas gained another judge on the Supreme Court.
and now the hardest part/most hated part
What were positive and negative effects of expansion to the suburbs?
What organizations were created as a result of the farm workers strike in 1966?
Why are the economies of Texas and Mexico closely linked?
In what ways is the Texas population similar to that of the U.S. as a whole? In what ways is it different?
What are some important conclusions we can draw from examining the hundreds of celebrations held in Texas each year?
What issues divided Texas Republicans after World War II?
4. racial segregation in schools was unconstitutional.
6. Dr. Martin Luther King jr.
7. bombings of college buildings
8. voting rights act
9. neither a democrat or a republican
10. oil producers
12. increasing class size
13. history and culture
15. German culture
16. Texas gained two members in the House of Representatives
20. pros---cheaper housing, lower crime rates, and sense of community.
cons--destruction of the rural landscape, and increased traffic and pollution.
21. The NFWA(National Farmworkers Association) and AWOC(Agriculture Workers Organizing Committee) emerged to become the United Farmworkers Organizing Committee (UFWOC).
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