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The Liberator was to William Lloyd Garrison as the North Star was to A. Frederick Douglass. B. Theodore Dwight Weld. C. Harriet Tubman. D. the Grimke sisters.
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In the first major pioneering movement, settlers made their way to Oregon and California by way of the _______ Trail. A. Overland B. Kearny C. Cumberland D. Oregon
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Passed in 1935, Roosevelt's most significant reform measure was the A. Wagner Act. B. National Labor Relations Board. C. Social Security Act. D. Fair Labor Standards Act.
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