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The Voting Rights Act of 1965 enabled federal officials to;
a) oversee voter literacy test programs. b) register votes. c) oversee the collection of poll taxes. d) appoint state representatives to the U.S. Congress
The main reason for the Cuban Missile Crisis was;
a) there were nuclear missiles in Cuba. b) the Bay of Pigs invasion failed. c) Cuba attacked the United States. d) the Soviets declared war on the United States.
Medicare and Medicaid helped;
a) individuals 65 and older and welfare recipients receive low cost medical insurance. b) only individuals receiving welfare. c) only individuals 65 and older. d) none of the above.
What was the main reason for the construction of the Berlin Wall?
a) To stop East Germans from fleeing to West Berlin. b) To reduce Cold War tensions. c) To reduce Cold War tensions. d) To demonstrate the success of communism.
Kennedy believed the U.S. should try and “put a man on the moon,” in response to;
a) the Soviet Union putting the first man in space. b) NASA demanding more money. c) the U.S. putting the first man into space. d) Flexible Response.
Whom did the Warren Commission hold responsible for the assassination of John F. Kennedy?
a) Lee Harvey Oswald acting on his own. b) Agents of Cuba and the Soviet Union. c) The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). d) Lyndon B. Johnson in a conspiracy with the CIA.
During the Bay of Pigs, the United States attempted to;
a) try to overthrow Castro and put in a government more suitable to the U.S. b) destroy all missiles on the island of Cuba. c) have peace talks with Fidel Castro. d) try to work with Cuba to destroy missiles.
The Peace Corps was developed as a means of;
a) helping disadvantaged countries. b) training young people for careers. c) raising America’s standard of living. d) improving educational opportunities in the U.S.
The defense policy called “flexible response” was designed to allow the U.S. to ;
a) fight limited wars around the world. b) decrease the number of nuclear weapons. c) prepare for the Bay of Pigs invasion. d) reduce defense spending.
What was the main type of pressure exerted during the Montgomery bus boycott in response to segregated buses?
a) Economic b) Social c) Political. d) Physical force
The goals of Freedom Summer project mainly concerned;
a) voting rights. b) school integration. c) integration in interstate travel. d) de facto segregation in the north.
In Brown v Board of Education, the doctrine of ___________ relating to public education was finally overturned.
a) “separate but equal” b) Due Process of law c) “all deliberate speed” d) equal protection under the law
The first organized movement of African Americans to fight segregation was _______.
a) the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott. b) the “children’s crusades” in Birmingham. c) the mass march on Washington D.C. d) the Selma, Alabama, voting rights campaign.
Appealing to many African Americans’ anger and frustration over lack of social and economic power, _____preached a militant approach to civil rights.
a) Malcolm X. b) Martin Luther King, Jr. c) Medgar Evars d) Fannie Lou Hammer
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made segregation illegal in which of the following?
a) Public Accommodations. b) Housing. c) Churches d) Private Universities
One legacy of the Civil Rights Movement that has been challenged in recent years is ______.
a) Affirmative Action b) Equal opportunity in housing c) Black participation in politics d) Separate but equal facilities
The United States seemed on the verge of a nuclear war during the;
a) Cuban Missile Crisis b) Bay of Pigs invasion. c) Berlin Crisis. d) 1960 Presidential Campaign.
Which of the following affirmed the legality of segregating the races and prompted the passage of Jim Crow laws?
a) The decision in Plessy v Ferguson b) The Fourteenth Amendment c) The Civil Rights Act of 1875 d) The decision in Morgan v Virginia
Which of the following is an example of de facto segregation?
a) A concentration of urban African Americans in slum areas b) poll taxes c) Jim Crow Laws d) A voter literacy test given to African Americans in the South
A racial segregation established by law is called;
a) De jure segregation. b) the Racial Injustice Act. c) De facto segregation. d) the Kerner Laws.
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