Who Received the Democratic Nomination for President in 1988?
Who received the Democratic nomination for president in 1988? A) Walter Mondale B) Michael Dukakis C) George Bush D) David Dinkins
Why was Bush criticized by many blacks, and by Jesse Jackson, during his election campaign in 1988? A) Jackson said Bush would overturn many black gains in civil rights. B) Bush had accused Jesse Jackson of taking bribes and other types of corruption. C) Bush refused to renounce a very negative ad depicting Willie Horton, a black man who raped a white woman while on furlough (granted by Dukakis) from prison. D) Bush had wrongly accused Jackson of sexual harassment.
How did the Rodney King verdict show differences between whites and blacks regarding American justice? A) Blacks and whites actually came together to support the verdict. B) Blacks saw the acquittal of the police officers as an example of continued injustice while whites saw it as preserving law and order. C) Blacks and whites actually came together to oppose the verdict. D) Blacks saw the fact that Rodney King was released as evidence that the American court system favored whites.
What did the report that was published by Amnesty International in 1998 demonstrate? A) Middle Eastern countries were by far the most common human rights offenders. B) American police violated many international laws and that many victims of police abuse in America were minorities. C) Americans enjoyed far more economic and social benefits than people in other countries. D) That the US government was the strongest in the world in preventing human rights abuses..