Protests & Civil Disobedience (1954-1973): Help & Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How did World War II rejuvenate the Civil Rights Movement?

Question 2 2. Which of the following issues led to the rise of the student movement of the 1960s?

Question 3 3. Which of the following can be seen as an impact of the assassination of Martin Luther King?

Question 4 4. Which of the following issues did NOT contribute to the end of the 1960s counterculture?

Question 5 5. How did the outcomes of Native American occupation of Alcatraz differ from the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) boycott of grapes?

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Question 6 6. How did Betty Friedan's The Feminine Mystique impact the Women's Movement?

Question 7 7. Why did Rachel Carson write 'Silent Spring'?

Question 8 8. What Supreme Court decision originally nullified the idea of 'separate, but equal'?

Question 9 9. Why was the Native American protest on July 4, 1971, at Mount Rushmore significant?

Question 10 10. Movements like the Hippies stood against the American values established in the decade that followed _____.

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Question 11 11. Identify which of the following profiles benefited most from the work of Fannie Lou Hamer and Gloria Steinem.

Question 12 12. Why were students who sought societal change called the 'New Left'?

Question 13 13. Which of the following was an important civil rights happening in 1957?

Question 14 14. All of the following were characteristic of 1960s countercultural movements EXCEPT _____.

Question 15 15. What was Sirhan Sirhan's possible motivation for assassinating Senator Robert Kennedy in 1968?

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Question 16 16. Students battled which of the following issues on national campuses in the 1960's?

Question 17 17. Why did the Nineteenth Amendment have historic consequences for the status of female rights?

Question 18 18. Which of the following did the Great Society attempt to address?

Question 19 19. How did the views of radical feminists differ from that of the conservative movement?

Question 20 20. President Lyndon Johnson's major legislative initiative was known as which of the following?

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Question 21 21. What were the Yippies protesting about during the 1968 Democratic National Convention?

Question 22 22. When the Civil Rights Movement began to fracture in 1966, which of the following groups arose?

Question 23 23. How did the student movement change between the years 1960 and 1966?

Question 24 24. Which of the following is an important difference between the Beats of the 1950s and the Hippies of the 1960s?

Question 25 25. What was the major point of contention between groups of the women's movement?

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Question 26 26. Who was the woman who touched off a maelstrom of national attention when she refused to sit in the back of a segregated bus?

Question 27 27. Why did the Great Society and its programs struggle to survive?

Question 28 28. Why did the Tet Offensive cause a decline in the American public's confidence in the Vietnam War and the Johnson administration?

Question 29 29. Why did Johnson pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965?

Question 30 30. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was in Memphis at the time of his assassination _____.

Protests & Civil Disobedience (1954-1973): Help & Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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