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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. Southern __________ continued to fight against the civil rights measures and bills being put before them.
(a) Presidents.
(b) Senators.
(c) Churches.
(d) Mayors.

2. The whites of the __________ forgot they had developed a social caste system and culture, even believing the lie.
(a) West.
(b) East.
(c) North.
(d) South.

3. When the African American population gained the right to vote, how many people were able to affect the shape of Congress?
(a) Eight million.
(b) Four million.
(c) Three million.
(d) Two million.

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

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

Short Answer Questions

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

2. American ___________ gained a hope that they would be able to break the bonds of Jim Crow Laws.

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

4. Governor George ____________ declared his stubborn resistance to the desegregation and the March to Washington DC.

5. The sacrifices of the people for others and for the cause of freedom developed ___________ and worth for everyone.

Short Essay Questions

1. What did the finding of a personal God help Dr. King to do during his years fighting for Civil Rights?

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

3. What was the crisis in 1962 that allowed the problem of the Civil Rights movement to be less than dominant in society?

4. What did Dr. King tell men and women to do when it came to the rights of the African Americans?

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

6. What happened if an African American person wanted to ride a bus in Montgomery, Alabama?

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

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

9. Where were some of the problems that people in the ghetto were facing on a near daily basis?

10. What did the increased economic status of the African American now allow them to do?

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