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Which of the following was NOT a result of the great migration of blacks in the 1920s?

A) Blacks found they someetimes were able to work in jobs that has been closed to them in the South.

B) African American consciousness was raised, providing feelings of greater autonomy and power.

C) Blacks had available to them for the first time housing comparable to that of the whites in the North.

D) More than 600,000 blacks left the South between 1914 and 1920.

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  • College History -

    This is a tricky question. Your question asks about the migration in the 20s, yet D) only mentions the migration before 1920. So it must be D.

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    thank you!

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