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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 CCCO was based in which city?
(c) Cotton Springs.
2. What was King's biggest concern about the murder?
(a) The escalating violence against Civil Rights advocates.
(b) The voter registration bill would not pass.
(c) SNCC would fall into a decline.
(d) That the culprit would not be caught.
3. A judge ordered that registrars had to begin accepting how many applications per day?
4. In which city did the marchers first encounter hostility?
(b) Argon Springs.
5. King felt that "black power" had what implication?
(a) Black separation.
(b) Black suffrage.
(c) Black cooperation.
(d) Black violence.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Democratic Convention took place in which city?
2. James Meredith announced his intention to walk from where to where?
3. What was the main source of racial trouble in Chicago?
4. Who urged King to run for president?
5. What did the highway patrol want the marchers do to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What obstacles did King and the others face during the Meredith March? How did they handle these obstacles?
2. What did King demand of the city of Birmingham? What happened?
3. What was Bloody Sunday? Describe this event.
4. What did the SCLC turn their attention to in Chicago? What programs did it implement?
5. Why did King agree to suspend all demonstrations in St. Augustine? What did he learn after doing this?
6. Following the protests in Selma, what other avenues to desegregation did the SCLC discuss? What did King share with the SCLC at this meeting?
7. Who was James Meredith? What did he decide to do? What happened to him?
8. Who first used the term "black power?" How did King feel about the term?
9. What occurred during the Chicago marches? What did city officials do?
10. What happened to the Meredith March after Meredith was shot?
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