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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. Why did Claudette not have an abortion?
(a) It was too expensive.
(b) It was immoral.
(c) She wanted her baby to grow up in a better world which looked likely.
(d) It was illegal.
2. Where did Claudette sit at the rally?
(a) Up on the platform next to Parks.
(b) She did not attend.
(c) In the front row of the audience.
(d) In the very back.
3. What did Jo Ann Robinson write?
(a) A list of grievences.
(b) A boycott pledge.
(c) A letter to the Governor of Alabama.
(d) A letter to the President of the United States.
4. Who was the youngest of the three federal judges hearing Claudette's case?
(a) Frank M. Johnson.
(b) Richard Rives.
(c) Seybourn Lynne.
(d) It is not known.
5. For what was Dr. King sentenced to one year of hard labor?
(a) Assaulting a police officer.
(b) Trespassing on city property.
(c) He was not sentenced to any jail time.
(d) Trumped up charges.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the court receive after its decision?
2. Who testified after lunch?
3. What was Parks permitted to do?
4. What started happening to churches in the summer?
5. Where was Claudette when the first symbolic bus rides were taken after the boycott ended?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Gray question Claudette about and what did the prosecutor try to do? How did Claudette do in court?
2. What did Claudette feel about her new home, how long did she stay and why did she leave?
3. Who were the judges on Claudette's court case?
4. What did vow to do when the Supreme Court upheld the court's decision and what happened finally? Where was Claudette on the first day the blacks began to ride the bus again?
5. When did Claudette speak to the students at Booker T. Washington Magnet High School in Montgomery, Alabama? What did Claudette do in 1957?
6. How did the blacks get around Montgomery during the bus boycott?
7. How did the boycott protesters feel about the court's decision and why? What did the court begin to receive?
8. What did Martin Luther King see on December 5th? What was held to commemorate it?
9. How and when did the bus boycott get started?
10. How long did the judges take with their decision and what was Mayor Gayle's response?
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