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Multiple Choice Questions

1. The movement of African American students to gain access to ______________ across the nation was a newer event.
(a) Bathrooms.
(b) Lunch counters.
(c) School admisssions offices.
(d) Voting booths.

2. Dr. King asked people around him to pray for peace and justice in the world as the Civil Rights movement was a __________ movement as well.
(a) Spiritual.
(b) Bible.
(c) White.
(d) African American.

3. Who receives parity, subsides and incentives when they are in the world, according to Dr. King?
(a) The wealthy.
(b) The poor.
(c) The children.
(d) The middle class.

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

5. Rather than discouraging the Civil Rights march, the governor should have encouraged the state troopers to avoid _________.
(a) Violence.
(b) Watching.
(c) Large groups.
(d) Movement.

6. Dr. King proclaimed that ____________ remained the greatest moral quandary for America.
(a) Nonviolence.
(b) Violence.
(c) Prejudice.
(d) Peace.

7. In what city was the bus strike during the time of Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement?
(a) Montgomery.
(b) Selma.
(c) Chicago.
(d) Boston.

8. To what country did Dr. King travel in order to see the effects of nonviolence on that society?
(a) India.
(b) China.
(c) Jerusalem.
(d) Israel.

9. Dr. King recommends to not attempt to defeat, humiliate, or pay back __________ in the fight for rights.
(a) Taxes.
(b) Sarcasm.
(c) Injustices.
(d) Money.

10. ___________ integration became a new tool in the battle by those unwilling to allow total freedom and justice for all.
(a) Peaceful.
(b) Token.
(c) Ignored.
(d) Massive.

11. The United States had become an international power that was unable to enforce even _______________ in a Southern village.
(a) Elementary law.
(b) The Constitution.
(c) Civil rights.
(d) Order.

12. What would have happened if African American people refused to give up their seats to a white person?
(a) They were arrested.
(b) They were removed from the bus.
(c) They were ignored.
(d) They were killed.

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

14. Discrimination, according to Dr. King, thrives on a belief of ________________, which led to segregation.
(a) Racial servitude.
(b) Honor.
(c) Inferiority.
(d) Truth.

15. In the beginning, protesters saw their actions as an expression of ___________ love.
(a) Forced.
(b) Christian.
(c) Unjust.
(d) Baseless.

Short Answer Questions

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

2. The president, according to Dr. King, had a fundamental responsibility as leader of the country to lead the way forward to securing __________.

3. The problem with using violence is that it alienates the people in the ___________, those who yet have not determined that any resistance is necessary.

4. Dr. King remembers working with a group of gang members from the ___________ ghettos.

5. In the battle for freedom and for justice, Dr. King reminds followers to be ____________ and disciplined.

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