Answer to Question #98693 in History for Flecha

Question #98693
What were W.E.B. Du Bois's postwar views about the African American experience in World War I?

A. He believed that African American participation in the war improved the racial climate at home.
B. He believed that loyal African American veterans did not experience segregation.
C. He believed that African Americans were not rewarded for their loyalty and war efforts.
D. He believed that the integrated army would eventually lead to an integrated society.
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2019-11-18T12:13:25-0500

Correct Answer is: A. He believed that African American participation in the war improved the racial climate at home. 


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