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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What were some groups training as they didn't quite believe that nonviolence would be able to work?
(a) Bomb building.
(b) Language skills.
(c) Militias.
(d) Students.

2. Dr. King never talked about the bad things that happened to him as he wanted to avoid a _________ complex.
(a) Painful.
(b) Martyr.
(c) Prophet.
(d) God-like.

3. The personal experiences of Dr. King allowed him to develop a faith and a belief in the reality of a personal __________.
(a) Code.
(b) God.
(c) Truth.
(d) Honor.

4. Governor George ____________ declared his stubborn resistance to the desegregation and the March to Washington DC.
(a) Wallace.
(b) Evers.
(c) Thurmond.
(d) Smith.

5. One of the many wonders of the boycott and the nonviolent actions was the joining of many local __________ communities.
(a) Neighborhood.
(b) Academic.
(c) Religious.
(d) Government.

6. The students began to lose their fear of the ___________ wielded by the white majority and were looking to build brotherhood.
(a) Police.
(b) Republican.
(c) White.
(d) Black.

7. The president, according to Dr. King, had a fundamental responsibility as leader of the country to lead the way forward to securing __________.
(a) Segregation.
(b) Truth.
(c) Civil Rights.
(d) Peace.

8. Dr. King believed that if the president had strong enough ___________ courage that problems could be solved.
(a) Racial.
(b) Moral.
(c) Ethical.
(d) Political.

9. The growth of __________ among African Americans would not allow people to revert to a subservient and demeaned class.
(a) Self respect.
(b) Truth.
(c) Honor.
(d) Peace.

10. The historic ________ ruling of the Supreme Court was nullified by the actions of the local and state governmental authorities.
(a) 1954.
(b) 1962.
(c) 1968.
(d) 1961.

11. Dr. King discussed the idea that those who oppose __________ rarely give up privileges without intense opposition.
(a) Truth.
(b) Racism.
(c) God.
(d) Freedom.

12. Young African Americans felt trapped by the ___________ and slow court processes that kept segregation and discrimination in place.
(a) News stories.
(b) Meetings.
(c) Red tape.
(d) Protests.

13. The _________ of the slums learned that hatred and bigotry could and should be confronted, exposed, and dealt with.
(a) Children.
(b) Churches.
(c) Women.
(d) Schools.

14. What crisis dwarfed the issues of civil rights in 1962, according to Dr. King?
(a) Cuban Missile.
(b) MASH.
(c) Korean War.
(d) Vietnam.

15. The Montgomery _________ surprised many African Americans when it happened, helping to encourage more.
(a) Walk.
(b) Speech.
(c) Bombing.
(d) Boycott.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where were the African Americans allowed to sit when they took a bus to get somewhere?

2. Dr. King believed the commitment to nonviolence would prevent an increase of ___________ in society.

3. The ________ was required to industrialize, developing economic power, improving medical care, etc.

4. The whites of the __________ forgot they had developed a social caste system and culture, even believing the lie.

5. Dr. King believed the true gospel concerns itself with the whole ___________, soul and the body.

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