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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. The war in ________________ frustrated African American soldiers who fought and died with whites on the battle fields.
(a) Korea.
(b) Vietnam.
(c) Japan.
(d) Cuba.

2. Nonviolent ___________ was planned to continue until a policy of one man, one vote, and one vote for every man existed.
(a) Pressure.
(b) Book writing.
(c) Law making.
(d) Attacks.

3. Though legislation was passed through Congress, the presidents were unwilling to insist on the _______________ of the laws.
(a) Implementation.
(b) Punishment.
(c) Structure.
(d) Power.

4. Because the wealthy have the power to overlook the __________, Dr. King may have been overly confident.
(a) Wars.
(b) Laws.
(c) Leaders.
(d) Poor.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. When Dr. King spoke out against the war in Vietnam, saying "A time comes when ___________ is betrayal."

2. The greatest tragedy of this battle for the integration of African Americans and whites was the denial of __________.

3. How many times does Dr. King tell Kenneth Clark he has been arrested?

4. Even in their poverty, the ___________ of the United States had greater economic power strength than most countries of the world.

5. Americans held onto the dream of all people having a right to _______, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Short Essay Questions

1. What did Dr. King believe the reason for his receiving the Nobel Peace Prize had to be?

2. What did Dr. King want his children to be judged based on, as opposed to the color of their skin?

3. What did Dr. King feel would help an African American be lifted to the same level as the rest of America?

4. What movement did Dr. King use as a comparison to the current Civil Rights movement society was facing?

5. What was the tool that brought a hope for integration, rather than the ideals that Black Power purported?

6. What were the three revolutions that Dr. King saw happening around him, revolutions that people were sleeping through?

7. Where does peace come from, according to Dr. King in his Christmas sermon on peace?

8. What did Dr. King feel it was an honor to be called, even though he didn't feel himself to be this way?

9. Why was the right to vote for African Americans feared by racist Southern leaders, according to Dr. King?

10. What did Dr. King feel the survival of society depended on at this point in time and in this era of change?

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