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T F 1. After the arrival of postwar refugees in the 1940s, Jewish migration increased to record numbers between 1940 and 1969.

T F 2. Most of the 17th century Jewish immigrants were small farmers from Germany and Poland.

T F 3. Declining economic conditions in central Europe contributed to a dramatic increase in Jewish immigration to the U.S. after 1820.

T F 4. During the 1920s and 1930s millions of Jews entered the U.S. fleeing the persecution in Europe.

T F 5. Between 1930 and 1940 the number of openly anti-Semitic organizations in the U.S. sharply declined.

T F 6. Jewish Americans have always supported extremist groups as a method of resisting anti- Semitism.

T F 7. During the 1960s civil rights movement, Jewish American students and lawyers comprised over half of those registering African Americans to vote and defending those imprisoned.

T F 8. Jews were allowed full political participation, including the right to vote and hold office, in the Atlantic coast colonies from the earliest days of their arrival.

T F 9. Many Jewish voters moved from the Democratic party to the Republican party in the 1850s because of its antislavery position.

T F 10. The “oppression mentality” among Jews who escaped political oppression in Europe has kept them from becoming politically active in the U.S.

T F 11. A number of Jewish civil rights groups have sought to eliminate discrimination against all minority groups and have not focused exclusively on anti-Semitism.

T F 12. Eastern European Jewish immigrants established numerous religious schools for their children.

T F 13. Because of their extreme poverty, the children of eastern European Jewish immigrants…...

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