The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Following a press conference at the U.S. Senate, when was the only encounter King had with Malcolm X? (from Chapter 24: The Nobel Peace Prize, Chapter 25: Malcolm X, Chapter 26: Selma)

2.

King wanted President Johnson to continue these programs, but President Johnson was distracted by the conflict in Vietnam. (from Chapter 21: Death of Illusions, Chapter 22: St. Augustine, Chapter 23: The Mississippi Challenge)

3.

King and Abernathy were convicted on 10 July 1962 of leading the Albany protest and began serving __________. (from Chapter 14: The Sit-In Movement, Chapter 15: Atlanta Arrest and Presidential Politics, Chapter 16: The Albany Movement)

4.

King noted that the 1964 election afforded the civil rights, labor, religious, and intellectual leaders alliance what within a year? (from Chapter 21: Death of Illusions, Chapter 22: St. Augustine, Chapter 23: The Mississippi Challenge)

5.

King noted that one of life's great agonies is when we attempt to finish what? (from Chapter 31: The Poor People's Campaign, Chapter 32: Unfulfilled Dreams)

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