Civil Rights To WWI: Question Preview (ID: 17561)

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What did the U.S. Supreme Court rule in Plessy v. Ferguson?
a) Blacks and whites could have separate schools
b) Blacks and whites could attend the same schools
c) Blacks and whites could be admitted to the same hospital
d) Blacks and whites could drink from the same water fountain

Plessy v. Ferguson gave states the right to promote;
a) equal rights
b) segregation
c) terrorist attacks
d) voting rights for blacks

Homer Plessy sat in the “Whites Only” car on the train because;
a) it was the only seat available
b) he wanted the comfortable seats there
c) he wanted to sit with his traveling companions
d) he wanted to test the legality of a law requiring separate-but-equal facilities

What was the “final blow” that led President Woodrow Wilson to ask Congress to declare war against the Central Powers in WWI?
a) anti-German propaganda in the United States
b) attacks on American merchant ships
c) sinking of the Lusitania
d) Zimmermann Telegram

What position was supported by Booker T. Washington?
a) College education was essential for African Americans who sought equality.
b) Political and social equality for African Americans would come from economic independence.
c) Truth and knowledge would cause different races to understand and accept each other.
d) Social equality was much more important than economic equality for African Americans.

Which African American leader believed that a “Talented Tenth” of the African American population could serve as leaders for all other African American?
a) Fredrick Douglas
b) W.E.B. Dubois
c) John Hope
d) Booker T. Washington

German U-boats sunk this luxury liner killing 198 Americans.
a) The Titanic
b) The Lusitania
c) The Atlantic
d) The Legacy

Which statement BEST explains why United States entered World War I in 1917?
a) The Japanese launched a surprise attack on the U.S.
b) The U.S. citizens were calling for war against Germany.
c) The German navy had sunk the Lusitania that year.
d) The U.S. had evidence of a threat to its national security.

The beginning of the Klan’s resurgence in 1915 coincided with which of these?
a) The outbreak of the World War I.
b) The kidnapping of a Catholic priest.
c) The lynching of a Jewish businessman.
d) The beginning of the influenza pandemic.

What early Civil Rights leader was famous for his Atlanta Compromise Speech?
a) W.E.B. DuBouis
b) A. Philip Randolph
c) Booker T. Washington
d) Martin Luther King, Jr.

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