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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Dr. King said that this time was momentous, that a new ____________ was being born during a time which was filled with hope.
(a) Era.
(b) Social order.
(c) Baby.
(d) Disease.

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

3. The planning of each ___________ involved great care and planning, never knowing when or where it would end.
(a) Sit in.
(b) March.
(c) Speech.
(d) Vote.

4. The students broke __________ laws, accepting that there were penalties to pay for doing so, and accepting these penalties willingly.
(a) Voting.
(b) No.
(c) Immoral.
(d) All the.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. The _________ of the slums learned that hatred and bigotry could and should be confronted, exposed, and dealt with.

2. The protesters believed their actions and this love was inspired by _____________ as he called upon men to love one another.

3. Token _________ are not satisfactory ends, according to Dr. King and to his writing and his speeches.

4. In what city was the bus strike during the time of Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement?

5. The administration seemed unaware of the split in the leadership of the _____________ at the time.

Short Essay Questions

1. What did the men in the Freedom March do as a result of their commitment to be nonviolent?

2. What made the students in the Civil Rights movement have a deeper depth to their actions?

3. What became a new tool in the battle for those unwilling to allow total freedom and justice for all?

4. What did Dr. King see in India, even with the extreme poverty in the area as he witnessed for himself?

5. What would the Executive Order be able to do for the Civil Rights movement, according to Dr. King?

6. As opposed to nonviolence, what did the protesters first see their actions as when they were first beginning?

7. What was the plan for the march from Selma to Montgomery in terms of how long it would last?

8. What does Dr. King want people to use during the battle for freedom and for justice?

9. What did Dr. King say happened when voting rights were opened to all groups of people?

10. What does Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. want to stress that nonviolence is NOT for?

(see the answer keys)

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