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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through I See the Promised Land | Letter from Birmingham CityJail.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. America was fortunate, Dr. King said, that the strength of African American protesters was tempered by a sense of _____________.
2. The greatest moral dilemma was that in order to remain true to the gospel of Jesus, ministers needed to take a stand against __________.
3. The white power structure perpetuated the __________ that African Americans were moving too fast.
4. There was an obligation to ensure that all __________________ participated in the enforcement and creative innovations freeing all citizens.
(c) Federal agencies.
5. Economic power was available, according to Dr. King, to those who _____________ in this time of the world.
Short Answer Questions
1. The United States had become an international power that was unable to enforce even _______________ in a Southern village.
2. The nonviolent actions were intended to bring attention to the ______________ affecting the African American population.
3. Dr. King believed that unselfishly giving of themselves would help to develop a powerful ___________.
4. Dr. King wanted to point out that: "Injustice anywhere is a threat to ___________ everywhere."
5. Dr. King believed the commitment to nonviolence would prevent an increase of ___________ in society.
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