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

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

2. The riots in __________ were a form of protest, commonly used through the ages, destroying the symbols of things they need.
(a) Boise.
(b) Los Angeles.
(c) San Francisco.
(d) Portland.

3. Loss of _____________ of the recognition instinct leads to boasting, crime, overspending, and the desire to put others down.
(a) Control.
(b) Fear.
(c) Truth.
(d) Acceptance.

4. Dr. King longs for a day when his children would be judged on the content of of their ___________, not on the color of their skin.
(a) Character.
(b) Truth.
(c) Bank account.
(d) Work.

5. Dr. King compared the struggled of the Civil Rights movement to the struggle of the ____________ movement.
(a) Labor.
(b) Oil.
(c) Women's.
(d) Freedomfighter's.

Short Answer Questions

1. Dr. King stated that the distance between promises and the implementation was _________ in the interview.

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

3. Using the _________, Dr. King taught courage, love, overcoming fear, and the love of God as a means to grow and prepare for challenges.

4. Dr. King addressed in his last conversation the confusion of ________, which was leading to a crisis in the nation.

5. Dr. King wanted to point out that: "Injustice anywhere is a threat to ___________ everywhere."

Short Essay Questions

1. What did Dr. King think would happen in society as a result of integration, according to his last conversation?

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

3. Who did Dr. King think that the four murdered girls spoke to in their deaths?

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

5. How did many states respond to the rule that prevented the allowance of the separate but equal doctrine?

6. What are some of the issues that the poor have to deal with in their everyday lives, according to Dr. King?

7. What were Dr. King's main concerns about the Vietnam War when it was fought?

8. What did Dr. King feel about the impact of nonviolence on white supremacists, though Malcolm X did not necessarily agree?

9. How could the marchers in the march from Selma to Montgomery be described at this point?

10. What did Dr. King accuse American presidents of in terms of their willingness to participate in the human rights movement?

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