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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 21: Death of Illusions, Chapter 22: St. Augustine, Chapter 23: The Mississippi Challenge.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What point did King stress to soon to be graduating students at a march on 18 April 1959?
(a) "Become a dedicated fighter for civil rights."
(b) "Nonviolence is important, but attaining civil liberties is more so."
(c) "Be a fighter for civil rights in a nonviolent manner."
(d) "Avocation for civil rights is more critical than one's vocation."
2. How many black protesters marched on St. Augustine?
3. It was primarily under Edgar S. Brightman and L. Harold DeWolf that King studied what?
(a) Socialistic philosophy.
(b) Calvinistic philosophy.
(c) Christian theology.
(d) Personalistic philosophy.
4. When did King enter Boston University's School of Theology?
(a) 13 September 1953.
(b) 13 September 1951.
(c) 13 September 1952.
(d) 13 September 1950.
5. People arrived from how many other countries around the world to welcome this new nation in Africa?
Short Answer Questions
1. In what year of college did King enter the ministry?
2. What was it King admired most about his father?
3. What did King identify as the three remaining steps in any nonviolent campaign once an assessment of whether injustices existed has been determined?
4. Montgomery's Police Commissioner instructed taxi drivers not to do what during the bus boycott?
5. What was the topic of King's trial sermon at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church?
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