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67. Jewish Americans mostly support the a. Republican Party. b. Democratic Party. c. Reform Party. d. Libertarian Party.
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60. Which President is responsible for the order to place Japanese Americans in evacuation camps during WWII? a. Harry S Truman b. Franklin D. Roosevelt c. Lyndon Johnson d. Woodrow Wilson
Weegy: President Roosevelt is responsible for the order to place Japanese Americans in evacuation camps during WWII. The answer is letter B. [ ] User: 61. A group that is blamed irrationally for society's problems or difficulties is known as a a. contact. b. scapegoat. c. stereotype. d. pluralist. Weegy: A group that is blamed irrationally for society's problems or difficulties is known as a scapegoat. The answer is letter B. (More)
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68. Sociologists use what term to refer to the conscious experience of a negative discrepancy between legitimate expectations and present actualities? a. Affirmative action b. Relative poverty c. Relative deprivation d. Amalgamation
Weegy: Relative deprivation refers to the conscious experience of a negative discrepancy between legitimate expectations and present actualities. User: 69. The use of race-neutral principles to defend the racially unequal status quo is called: a. color-gradient racism. b. color-blind racism. c. non-visible racism. d. sand-blind racism Weegy: Relative deprivation refers to the conscious experience of a negative discrepancy between legitimate expectations and present actualities. (More)
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69. The use of race-neutral principles to defend the racially unequal status quo is called: a. color-gradient racism. b. color-blind racism. c. non-visible racism. d. sand-blind racism
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The use of race-neutral principles to defend the racially unequal status quo is called color-blind racism.

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98. 1990 census data showed that two-thirds of all children born to a Japanese American had
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1990 census data showed that two-thirds of all children born to a Japanese American had a parent of a different race.
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