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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Chapter 18: "Where Do We Go From Here," what did political rightists accuse Dr. King?
(a) Being to forward thinking.
(b) Being unpatriotic.
(c) Being too patriotic.
(d) Being too supportive.
2. What was the true goal of the Black Power Movement?
(a) For African Americans to fight for their freedoms.
(b) For African Americans to be more conscious of their history and culture.
(c) To create a support circle to fight against the KKK.
(d) To help African Americans become more "white."
3. What was the ethnicity of the people who attended the anti-war demonstration that Dr. King led?
(a) Hispanic, black, and white.
(b) Black and white.
(c) Black only.
(d) White only.
4. When did the demonstrations in Selma, Alabama, reach their worst problems?
(a) March 1 and 4, 1966.
(b) April 1 and 4, 1967.
(c) February 1 and 4, 1965.
(d) June 1 and 4, 1968.
5. Where did Dr. King deliver his most historic and controversial statement tying the war and the Civil Rights Movement together?
(a) Washington, D.C.
(c) New York City.
6. What was Martin Luther King, Sr.'s, nickname?
(a) Father M.
(b) Daddy Martin.
(c) Daddy King.
(d) Father K.
7. What national convention did Reverend A.D. Williams, Martin Luther King, Sr.'s, maternal grandfather, found?
(a) National Baptist Convention.
(b) National African American Convention.
(c) National Religious Convention.
(d) National Pastoral Convention.
8. During the Cold War, what were civil rights activists accused of being?
(c) Unappreciative and un-American.
9. 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?
10. According to Chapter 18: "Where Do We Go From Here," what "spawned" the Cold War?
(b) Mutual fear and hostility.
(c) Need for power.
(d) Mild disagreements.
11. At what church did Dr. King deliver his most historic and controversial statement tying the war and the Civil Rights Movement together?
(a) First Baptist Church.
(b) Wanderings Church.
(c) Morningside Baptist Church.
(d) Riverside Church.
12. Where did Dr. King deliver his last SCLC presidential address?
(a) Congressional Baptist Church.
(b) Ebenezer Baptist Church.
(c) First Baptist Church.
(d) 16th Street Baptist Church.
13. Where did Dr. King deliver his last sermon?
(a) A Baptist church.
(b) A Masonic temple.
(c) City Hall.
(d) Town square.
14. What did President Eisenhower claim encouraged American military involvement around the globe?
(a) A "military formed by the different."
(b) A "military that cared about the nation."
(c) A "military-industrial complex."
(d) A "military financed by the people."
15. What was the date that Dr. King delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech?
(a) August 28, 1963.
(b) October 19, 1956.
(c) July 19, 1957.
(d) December 5, 1955.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the chapter "Black Power Defined," what do the powerless never experience?
2. What did Dr. King's article from Chapter 17: "Black Power Defined" discuss?
3. Why did the West fear the USSR?
4. How many people were arrested during the demonstrations in Selma, Alabama?
5. According to Chapter 16 "A Time To Break Silence," who did the United States find it "easier to engage in warfare" as opposed to the Soviet Union?
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