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1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point)
She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war.***
She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war.
She represented all people who worked hard during the war.
She represented the hard work of farmers during the war.

2. In what way did Oveta Culp Hobby help the war effort? (1 point)
She continued to help the war efforts as director of the WAC, which performed many jobs in the army.***
She started the Women's Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs), which flew planes in Texas during the war.
She started the women’s rights movement and fought for military benefits.
She started the women’s suffrage movement.

3. Which statement represents an effect of World War II on Texas? (1 point)
People moved to cities to work in wartime industries.
People moved to cities because there was no work on farms.
Most of the military bases were located in cities.***
People moved to cities to escape the war.

4. What led to the development of the aviation industry? (1 point)
the development of Texas’ World War II aircraft training facilities
the placement of the Johnson Space Center in Houston***
the petrochemicals industry
Texas’ location and climate

10. What was the main purpose of the Chicano movement? (1 point)
instill pride in Mexican American heritage
encourage assimilation
increase political activity of all Hispanic Americans
increase education for Mexican Americans***

11. Why did the women’s rights movement in Texas lose momentum in the 1970s? (1 point)
Women had made gains in many areas of society.
Women were too busy to continue the activities of the organization.
Men resisted the changes for which the movement was fighting.
The movement lost focus.***

8. Which contribution did Lulu Belle Madison White make to the lives of Texans? (1 point)
She helped desegregate the University of Texas Law School.***
She led the fight against prohibition.
She fought for prison reform.
She advocated for Hispanic Americans.

9. In what ways were the women’s rights movement and the civil rights movement similar? Select all that apply. (3 points)
The civil rights movement focused on legislation to protect voting rights and the women's rights movement focused on women's suffrage.***
The civil rights movement focused on desegregation of education on all levels and the women’s rights movement focused on education reforms.
The civil rights movement focused on prison reform and the women’s rights movement focused on prohibition.
The civil rights movement focused on equal pay and the women’s rights movement focused on equality in the workplace

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