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1.

The NAACP's legal battle to end Jim Crow practices focused on

 

(A)

private industry

 

(B)

the federal government

 

(C)

interstate busses

 

(D)

public education

  

2.

Governor Faubus' reaction to desegregation in Little Rock included

 

(A)

closing a high school

 

(B)

removing bus service

 

(C)

using the National Guard

 

(D)

removing African-Americans

  

3.

Civil rights became an issue for President Kennedy after the injustices in

 

(A)

Little Rock

 

(B)

Selma

 

(C)

Washington

 

(D)

Birmingham

  

4.

The purpose of the march on Washington, D.C. was to

 

(A)

unite religious leaders

 

(B)

release Dr. King from jail

 

(C)

pass the Civil Rights Act

 

(D)

pass the Voting Rights Act

  

5.

The Black Power Movement was objected to most strongly by

 

(A)

Stokely Carmichael

 

(B)

Dr. Martin Luther King

 

(C)

Malcolm X

 

(D)

Floyd McKissick

  
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