1. How did Malcolm X overcome the obstacles of his early life and become an influential figure in the Civil Rights Movement? What traits do you think he must have possessed to succeed despite the adversity he faced? Describe a time when you overcame a difficult experience. How were you affected by it?

Malcolm X
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i do not believe this was true indefiantly the native americans would have lsot aganist america one they didndt have the resources and allies that america had and 2   indians werent as advanced at the time as they were not 3 americans had the expreince because some of the soliders from other wars fought in that war and were attecked etc

the monroe doctrine is the best known u.s. policy toward the western hemisphere. buried in a routine annual message delivered to congress by president james monroe in december 1823, the doctrine warns european nations that the united states would not tolerate further colonization or puppet monarchs.

when in doubt choose c

it's what my teacher told my class when we were going into psats

united states reinforcements contributed greatly to three allied victories in france at: cantigny (first major american battle), argonne (the largest in the united states military history, involving 1.2 million american soldiers), and château-thierry (one of the first actions under general pershing).



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