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Why was Emmett Till brutally murdered? A. He killed a white woman in Chicago. B. He raped a married woman in Chicago. C. He stole from a white man in Mississippi. D. He flirted with a married white woman in Mississippi.
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User: Why was Emmett Till brutally murdered? A. He killed a white woman in Chicago. B. He raped a married woman in Chicago. C. He stole from a white man in Mississippi. D. He flirted with a married white woman in Mississippi.

Weegy: Emmett Till was brutally murdered because he flirted with a married white woman in Mississippi.


User: What Supreme Court case led to the desegregation of schools in the United States? A. Brown v. Board of Education B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Marbury v. Madison D. Roe v. Wade

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Brown v. Board of Education led to desegregation of schools in the U.S.
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