I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When did Dr. King deliver his last SCLC presidential address?
(a) August 16, 1967.
(b) October 28, 1975.
(c) December 5, 1967.
(d) January 1, 1970.

2. What was the broad strategy of the Black Power Movement?
(a) Equality of women.
(b) Reclaiming of American land.
(c) African American solidarity.
(d) Educating whites on the power of African Americans.

3. On what date was the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 signed?
(a) June 12.
(b) July 2.
(c) July 4.
(d) June 7.

4. What year was the Ebenezer Baptist church formed?
(a) 1920.
(b) 1894.
(c) 1936.
(d) 1909.

5. What years did Frederick Douglas live?
(a) 1817-1895.
(b) 1895-1946.
(c) 1922-1989.
(d) 1909-1969.

6. Why were Western nations uncomfortable with the USSR?
(a) Because it espoused communism.
(b) Because it allowed Africans to hold public offices.
(c) Because it spoke out against the U.S.
(d) Because it still allowed slavery.

7. On what date did Dr. King deliver his most historic and controversial statement tying the war and the Civil Rights Movement together?
(a) December 5, 1967.
(b) May 4, 1967.
(c) April 4, 1967.
(d) January 1, 1967.

8. What was the date that Dr. King delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech?
(a) December 5, 1955.
(b) July 19, 1957.
(c) October 19, 1956.
(d) August 28, 1963.

9. Who was murdered on February 21, 1965, in New York City?
(a) James Chaney.
(b) Malcolm X.
(c) Phoolan Devi.
(d) Michael Schwerner.

10. Where did Dr. King deliver his last sermon?
(a) A Baptist church.
(b) City Hall.
(c) A Masonic temple.
(d) Town square.

11. How old was Dr. King when he was assassinated?
(a) 39.
(b) 41.
(c) 40.
(d) 42.

12. Whose administration war policies did Dr. King attack when he delivered his most historic and controversial statement tying the war and the Civil Rights Movement together?
(a) Kennedy's.
(b) Johnson's.
(c) Nixon's.
(d) Eisenhower's.

13. What was the Nobel Peace Prize Committee looking for when they choose Dr. King as the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize?
(a) The only man to have single-handedly pushed equality in the right direction.
(b) The only person brave enough to take a stand.
(c) The person responsible for the Freedom Movement.
(d) The greatest apostle of peace.

14. Where did Dr. King deliver his most historic and controversial statement tying the war and the Civil Rights Movement together?
(a) Memphis.
(b) New York City.
(c) Atlanta.
(d) Washington, D.C.

15. When did the war between the U.S. and the Soviet Union begin and end?
(a) 1960-1970.
(b) 1955-2000.
(c) 1909-1913.
(d) 1945-1987.

Short Answer Questions

1. When did the demonstrations in Selma, Alabama, reach their worst problems?

2. According to Chapter 12:"Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech," who was the great shaman of the Nation of Islam?

3. What was the ethnicity of the people who attended the anti-war demonstration that Dr. King led?

4. According to Chapter 18: "Where Do We Go From Here," what "spawned" the Cold War?

5. What church was Ebenezer Baptist Church an outgrowth of?

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