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A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


The plans for the future, said Dr. King, involve the removal of blockage, not pouring _________ over the troubled waters in order to calm them. (from The Time for Freedom Has Come | In a Word: Now)


Dr. King reminded listeners that while God was on their side, a new age of __________ would not arrive on its own. (from Behind the Selma March | Facing the Challenge of a New Age)


Dr. King argued that the war in Vietnam was _________ and that it hurt African Americans more than others in the United States. (from Meet the Press Television Interview | Face to Face)


Through love of others as humans as well as peaceful protest, Dr. King believed the __________ of hatred and discrimination could be worn away. (from Where Do We Go from Here? | A Christmas Sermon on Peace)


Dr. King proclaimed that ____________ remained the greatest moral quandary for America. (from Bold Design for a New South | The Ethical Demands for Integration)

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