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

2. What tool was available to ensure that contractors dealing with government desist from practicing discrimination in employment?
(a) Constitution.
(b) Declaration of Independence.
(c) Bill of Rights.
(d) Executive Order.

3. All the country suffers, according to Dr. King, from the power of the _____________ politicians.
(a) Southern.
(b) Distrustful.
(c) Honest.
(d) Northern.

4. Dr. King believed the commitment to nonviolence would prevent an increase of ___________ in society.
(a) Movement.
(b) Peace.
(c) Gossip.
(d) Hatred.

5. The struggle had a ___________ quality, including members of all classes of society and all ages.
(a) Collective.
(b) Solid.
(c) Youthful.
(d) Truthful.

Short Answer Questions

1. The students began to lose their fear of the ___________ wielded by the white majority and were looking to build brotherhood.

2. ___________ integration became a new tool in the battle by those unwilling to allow total freedom and justice for all.

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

4. The United States had become an international power that was unable to enforce even _______________ in a Southern village.

5. Men and women at this point had died for their right to ______________, with their blood on the hands of all Americans.

Short Essay Questions

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

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

3. According to Dr. King, who needed to actively participate in creating a nation where civil rights were a reality for all people?

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

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

6. Why were there violent outbreaks of African Americans in some areas, even though the struggle was typically nonviolent?

7. What does integration allow the society to enjoy, according to the writings and the words of Dr. King?

8. What are the three ways in which oppression is historically responded to, according to Dr. King?

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

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

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