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Question 1: The American Air force relied on the ________ as its primary heavy bomber.
B-24 LiberatorB-29 SuperfortressB-25 MitchellB-17 Flying Fortress

Question 2: Following his death other leaders led the movement, most notably King's widow, ________, who was also active, like her husband, in the Opposition to the Vietnam War, and in the Women's Liberation Movement.
Martin Luther King, Jr.March on Washington for Jobs and FreedomCoretta Scott KingSelma to Montgomery marches

Question 3: A new ________ monitored the movements of terrorists' financial resources but was discontinued after being revealed by The New York Times.
NSA warrantless surveillance controversyTerrorist Finance Tracking ProgramAl-QaedaSeptember 11 attacks

Question 4: [81] The late 1960s and early 1970s saw the strengthening of ________, however the decade would ultimately bring about positive strides toward integration.
Malcolm XBlack PowerAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Martin Luther King, Jr.

Question 5: Later that year in the ________, US Army Rangers engaged Somali militias supported by al-Qaeda in an extended firefight that cost the lives of 19 soldiers.
SomaliaBlack Hawk Down (film)Operation Gothic SerpentBattle of Mogadishu (1993)

Question 6: The Thirteen British colonies that would become the original ________, were founded along the east coast beginning in 1607.
U.S. stateColoradoConnecticutMassachusetts

Question 7: ________
Military history of the United StatesLength of U.S. participation in major warsTimeline of United States military operationsHistory of the United States Marine Corps

Question 8: [29] However, it became apparent early on that the new ________ was inadequate for the operation of the new government and efforts soon began to improve upon it.
DemocracyConstitutionLawUnited Kingdom

Question 9: The turning point of the war was the ________ in June 1942.
Battle of the Coral SeaPacific WarBattle of MidwayAttack on Pearl Harbor

Question 10: The ________ was politically active from 1833 to 1839 for the government to abolish slavery, but Congress imposed a "gag rule" that rejected any citizen's request against slavery.
William Lloyd GarrisonAmerican Anti-Slavery SocietyFrederick DouglassAbolitionism

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