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How did Governor Rockefeller change a number of state agencies, offices, and boards?
a) he cut them to save the state government money b) he taxed them to increase revenue c) he integrated them, making many African Americans heads of their departments d) he created more to provide more jobs for Arkansans
After 12 years of the Faubus administration, who was the first Republican governor elected in Arkansas since the Reconstruction period?
a) Orval Faubus b) Henry M. Rector c) Winthrop Rockefeller d) Hattie Caraway
Has the population of Arkansas been increasing or decreasing since the 1960s?
a) increasing b) decreasing c) d)
Interstate 30 ran from ____________________.
a) Fort Smith to Little Rock b) Little Rock southwest to Texarkana c) Memphis to West Memphis d) Jonesboro to Walnut Ridge
Which of the following was NOT a way that interstate highways helped to improve Arkansas?
a) they made travel safer and easier b) industries built plants nearby c) tourism in the state improved d) they were very expensive to build and repair
______________ stretched from Fort Smith to West Memphis
a) Interstate 40 b) Interstate 30 c) Interstate 55 d) Interstate 20
Who led the poultry industry in Arkansas and continued to expand and offer new services to its customers?
a) Wal-Mart b) Tyson Foods c) McDonalds d) Fayetteville Farms
What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 do?
a) gave women the right to vote b) gave African Americans that had been born in the U.S. full citizenship rights c) made it illegal to discriminate against people based on their color, race, sex, religion, or nationality d) made it illegal to hire illegal immigrants within the U.S.
Which African American woman was the only female allowed to speak at the March on Washington where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have a Dream” speech?
a) Rosa Parks b) Harriet Tubman c) Daisy Bates d) Eleanor Roosevelt
What was a common type of protest staged by members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in Little Rock?
a) riots b) sit-ins c) walk-outs d) marching
Who was a civil rights leader who encouraged others to bring about change without violence?
a) Martin Luther King Jr. b) Dred Scott c) Joseph Albert Brooks d) Scipio Jones
Which of the following is NOT something that Governor Rockefeller did during his time in office?
a) integrated Central High in Little Rock b) brought improvements to state prisons c) closed down illegal gambling casinos in Hot Springs d) passed the Freedom of Information Act
Who was one of the harshest critics of the Vietnam War in Arkansas?
a) Orval Faubus b) James William Fulbright c) Winthrop Rockefeller d) Henry M. Rector
What was a new law that were passed to help make life better for women?
a) Civil Rights Act of 1964 b) 18th Amendment to the Constitution c) 1967 Women's Rights Act d) 2009 Affordable Health Care Act
What was a new law that were passed to help make life better for women?
a) 1972 Education Code b) 18th Amendment to the Constitution c) 1967 Women's Rights Act d) 1955 Voting Rights Act
Progress for women in the state also moved forward under the leadership of which governor?
a) Governor Rockefeller b) Governor Miller c) Governor Bumpers d) Governor Calhoun
Which town in Arkansas was President Bill Clinton from?
a) Jonesboro b) Hope c) Texarkana d) Helena
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