What Were Du Bois's Views of World War I's Effects

Question 44
Multiple Choice

What were Du Bois's views of World War I's effects for black people after the war? A) He thought that they demonstrated their valor, intelligence, and bravery and that it was a great success for blacks. B) He was very demoralized, and thought that he shouldn't have supported the war so wholeheartedly. C) He was glad that black soldiers were integrated with white troops during World War I. D) He thought that blacks should have deserted the army and gone to Africa during the war.