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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 nonviolent actions were intended to bring attention to the ______________ affecting the African American population.
(a) Moral wrongs.
(b) Dishonesty.
(c) Brutalities.
(d) Illnesses.

2. Dr. King paid deep respects to the __________ who cherish democracy enough to join the battle for freedom.
(a) Women.
(b) Leaders.
(c) Blacks.
(d) Whites.

3. Dr. King argued that the war in Vietnam was _________ and that it hurt African Americans more than others in the United States.
(a) Unnecessary.
(b) A waste.
(c) Blasphemy.
(d) Immoral.

4. Black people who were stuck in _____________ needed to develop a power through organization and collaboration.
(a) Pain.
(b) Oppression.
(c) Brutal situtions.
(d) The South.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. The riots in __________ were a form of protest, commonly used through the ages, destroying the symbols of things they need.

2. Those who advocated ________________ did not have the support of the majority of African Americans.

3. Malcolm X' s argument did not accept the action of a ________ that had resulted in change in the South.

4. Though legislation was passed through Congress, the presidents were unwilling to insist on the _______________ of the laws.

5. Economic power was available, according to Dr. King, to those who _____________ in this time of the world.

Short Essay Questions

1. What did Dr. King feel the similarities between the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights movement were?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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