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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Kennedy want to register in the South?
2. What does King ask people to do for those Negroes who have yet to learn the non-violent ways?
3. Who does the Judge tell Sam Block to stop working for?
4. Who does Moses use his one phone call to call?
5. Who did the government hire a hitman to kill?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Kennedy create the Voter Education Project?
2. Why is the Washington march so important to the movement?
3. What deal does King make with Robert Kennedy in this chapter?
4. Why does Hoover want Kennedy to keep away from Frank Sinatra?
5. How does Hoover keep an eye on King in this chapter?
6. What does the New Orleans article accuse O'Dell of?
7. How do the police prevent the D-Day marches from entering downtown?
8. Why does King snub Kennedy?
9. How does the city respond to the Albany Movement's manifesto?
10. Why did King write letters from the Birmingham Jail?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the famous people Branch depicts in the book and examine his or her impact on the Civil Rights Movement.
1) What were his or her beliefs?
2) How did he or she communicate his or her beliefs to the public?
3) What impact did he or she have on the Civil Rights movement?
Essay Topic 2
Choose one of the following people and outline his influence on Martin Luther King's life and ideas.
2) Vernon Johns
3) President Kennedy
Essay Topic 3
Examine racism in America. How much has it changed since the Civil Rights Movement? How much do the students think Martin Luther King was responsible for that change? In what forms does racism still exist in America today?
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