A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr Test | Final Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When Dr. King spoke out against the war in Vietnam, saying "A time comes when ___________ is betrayal."
(a) Dishonesty.
(b) Peace.
(c) Silence.
(d) Violence.

2. Those who become more active in ______________ more rapidly bring about the desired results for the African Americans.
(a) Politics.
(b) The courts.
(c) Marches.
(d) The schools.

3. Poor white peasants from _________ were given a number of the things which African Americans were not.
(a) Asia.
(b) The North.
(c) Europe.
(d) The South.

4. Truly liberal leadership in the North needed to step forward being firmly committed to racial ___________.
(a) Solidarity.
(b) Power.
(c) Justice.
(d) Effectiveness.

5. The desire to be ___________ is appropriate when placed in the proper setting, as when one wants to be first in moral greatness.
(a) First.
(b) Alone.
(c) Above all.
(d) Right.

6. People from every race and every faith came to __________ to join the march and to face the dangers along the way.
(a) Chicago.
(b) Washington DC.
(c) Montgomery.
(d) Selma.

7. Using the _________, Dr. King taught courage, love, overcoming fear, and the love of God as a means to grow and prepare for challenges.
(a) Television.
(b) Pulpit.
(c) Pen.
(d) Radio.

8. The right to _____________ was feared by racist Southern leaders as a powerful tool for change.
(a) Get any job.
(b) Vote.
(c) Sit in the front of the bus.
(d) Drive.

9. ___________ needed to be revolutionized, creating recognition that capitalism as the example of the poor around the world was not appropriate.
(a) Laws.
(b) Thoughts.
(c) Values.
(d) Truths.

10. One cannot be a victim of _______ and participate in a similar evil against others, Dr. King stated.
(a) Evil.
(b) The legal system.
(c) Truth.
(d) Pain.

11. Economic power was available, according to Dr. King, to those who _____________ in this time of the world.
(a) United.
(b) Smiled.
(c) Laughed.
(d) Believed.

12. ____________ resulted from indifference of the southern racists and the continued exploitation of segregation.
(a) Ghettos.
(b) Factories.
(c) Voting rules.
(d) Bad schools.

13. The Supreme Court struck down the idea of _____________ in May of 1954.
(a) Nonviolence.
(b) Black human percentage.
(c) Separate but equal.
(d) Jim Crow Laws.

14. _________-minded people are realistic, decisive, astute, and firm of purpose, according to Dr. King's observations.
(a) Power.
(b) Tough.
(c) True.
(d) Soft.

15. ____________, Dr. King believed, would necessarily include an integration of power for all.
(a) A black president.
(b) Integration.
(c) A new leader.
(d) Desegregation.

Short Answer Questions

1. Weak __________ is the cause of racial prejudice, according to Dr. King's observations of the world.

2. This horrible act of violence lead to a ___________ of the South and of the rest of the country.

3. _________, Alabama was the most violent, ruthless place in which Dr. King and others attempted to gain justice and equity.

4. Black people who were stuck in _____________ needed to develop a power through organization and collaboration.

5. Each person on earth, according to Dr. King, is a child of God and has the right to expect _____________.

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