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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4, Albany and Lessons for the Future, 1961-1962.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who called the judge on the trial and suggested that King had a right to bond while waiting his appeal?
(a) Robert Kennedy.
(b) Richard Nixon.
(c) Coretta King.
(d) Malcolm X.
2. Why did the bus boycott not end when the bus company was losing so much money?
(a) The Albany Movement wanted to crush the bus company.
(b) The city refused to compromise.
(c) The bus company prefered to go out of business.
(d) A judge ordered the continuation of the boycott.
3. Where did King hold a prayer-in?
(a) The courthouse.
(b) A motel restaurant.
(c) The library.
(d) Police headquarters.
4. What was left on King's front porch in January, 1957?
(a) A dead rabbit.
(c) A lawsuit over the boycott.
(d) Hate mail.
5. How many people were arrested at the trial for the arrested SNCC train riders?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who filed a federal court case that would challenge bus segregation head-on?
2. Who was hired to oversee the Crusade for Citizenship rallies, but then let go because of rumors of his homosexuality and communist connections?
3. Where did a bomb explode in January?
4. What did people blame King for?
5. King was stabbed while in which city?
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