Test: SAT II US History

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How did the philosophies of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Dubois differ over how racial equality could be achieved in America? 

Dubois believed that it was wisest to remain patient, whereas Washington demanded immediate change through political agitation

Dubois and Washington held largely the same opinion on how best to achieve racial equality in America

Washington believed that it was wisest to remain patient, whereas Dubois demanded immediate change through political agitation

Dubois argued for violent uprising, whereas Washington contended that only by peaceful protest could change be affected

Washington argued for violent uprising, whereas Dubois contended that only by peaceful protest could change be affected

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