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1. There had been some progress made on race relations by this time, such as the what? -> Integration of water fountains
2. Though there are only two actual deaths in Fences, ____ is a constant theme. -> Pride
3. Fences explores many different types of ___ -> Betrayal
4. Fences looks at a father's ____ to his family. -> Duty
5. The play’s protagonist, Troy Maxson, is _____ with his life. -> Dissatisfied
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