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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. What was Guy Carawan arrested for trying to enter?
(a) The White House
(c) A church
(d) A town hall
2. What does the judge charge the sheriff with?
(a) Drug possession
(d) Breach of peace
3. What do Kennedy and the heads of the Civil Rights groups create in New York?
(a) The Freedom Ride Project
(b) The Civil Rights Bill
(c) The Education for All Project
(d) The Voter Education Project
4. What does a man fracture when he falls over in a scuffle?
(a) His collar bone
(b) His arm
(c) His leg
(d) His skull
5. Where does King write his speech for the Washington march?
(a) His hotel room
(b) A church
(c) A meadow
(d) The White House
Short Answer Questions
1. What does a monitor gun combine the power of?
2. What does King reveal a habit of keeping?
3. Who warns Moses to get out of the county?
4. In what city does King gather thousands of dollars of donations?
5. Who does the Chamber of Congress President in Birmingham want to get rid of?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the Washington march so important to the movement?
2. How do the Freedom Riders anger Kennedy in Chapter 12?
3. How do the police prevent the D-Day marches from entering downtown?
4. What problems does Moses have in Mississippi?
5. How do Birmingham's white businessmen respond to the riots?
6. Why did a hitman prove to be an embarrassment to the government?
7. Why does Hoover want Kennedy to keep away from Frank Sinatra?
8. How does the city respond to the Albany Movement's manifesto?
9. What deal does King make with Robert Kennedy in this chapter?
10. How does Kennedy create the Voter Education Project?
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