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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. Where was the Black Power slogan born?
(a) Gulfport, Mississippi.
(b) Grenada, Mississippi.
(c) Greenwood, Mississippi.
(d) Greenville, Mississippi.
2. Which group, in conjunction with the SCLC, launched a protest following the election in Birmingham?
(a) The Alabama Christian Conference for Civil Rights.
(b) The Alabama Christian Convention for Human Rights.
(c) The Alabama Christian Movement for Civil Liberties.
(d) The Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights.
3. What did King identify as the three remaining steps in any nonviolent campaign once an assessment of whether injustices existed has been determined?
(a) The steps were indirect action, silent prayer, and gathering support.
(b) The steps were negotiation, self-purification, and direct action.
(c) The steps were negotiation, gathering support, and indirect action.
(d) The steps were silent prayer, self-purification, and direct action.
4. How did King indicate protesters approaching Washington would arrive?
(a) Wearing shackles.
(b) Silently and carrying signs.
(c) By marching proudly.
(d) By using mules.
5. King wanted President Johnson to continue these programs, but President Johnson was distracted by the conflict in Vietnam.
(a) The Successfull Society programs.
(b) The Great Society programs.
(c) The Progressive Society programs.
(d) The Fair Society programs.
Short Answer Questions
1. King said one had to get one's heart right with God, and while not having attained the highest peak or realized all one's dreams, he did what?
2. When was NAACP leader Medgar Evans assassinated?
3. King assessed the summer of 1963 when he noted it was what?
4. Where was King assassinated on 4 April 1968?
5. On what day was Viola Gregg Liuzzo killed by Klan members as she drove marchers back from a 4-day march from Selma to Montgomery?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did King indicate he recalled saying in his letter from the Birmingham Jail?
2. Why did King and Abernathy leave jail in Birmingham?
3. King experienced what when he initially took his position on the war in Vietnam?
4. How did King view Senator Barry Goldwater's nomination as the Republican Party's 1964 candidate for President?
5. How did King describe Birmingham's Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth?
6. Why did King use the phrase "one of the most important meetings we ever convened" to depict a SCLC staff meeting held in November, 1967?
7. Just shy of a year before he was assassinated, what point did King indicate had been reached?
8. What did King stipulate in his comparison of racial discrimination in the South and the North?
9. How did King describe his experience in Birmingham?
10. How did King describe life?
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