Questions for the battle against segregation in America

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17. In the article, the struggle for desegregation in the South also caused... 0. white student protests and petitioning 1. a struggle between state and federal authority 2. the evolution of the doctrine of confederalism 3. a struggle between state police and federal troops 18. What does the NAACP stand for ? 0. National Activists for American Colored People 1. Negro Activists for the Advancement of Colored People 2. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 3. National Association for the American Colored People 19. According to the article, what case launched the "equalitarian revolution" in American jurisprudence? 0. Brown v. Board of Education 1. Sweatt v. Painter 2. Plessy v. Ferguson 3. McLaurin V. Oklahoma 20. In Little Rock case and at other southern universities, what did students do ? 0. staged sit-ins and freedom rides 1. held protests and signed petitions 2. kept themselves away from any violence 3. marched on capitol hill 21. A year after Herman Sweatt entered the University, segregation cases were filed in the states of.... 0. Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia, and New Mexico. 1. Kansas, North Carolina, Virginia, and California. 2. Kansas, South Carolina, Florida, and Delaware. 3. Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia, and Delaware. 22. In the Oklahoma case, the Supreme Court held that the plaintiff was entitled to enroll in the University. The Oklahoma Regents responded by.. 0. separating black and white students in cafeterias and classrooms. 1. creating the separate-but-equal clause. 2. not allowing black students to attend primary and secondary schools. 3. integrating black and white students in cafeterias and classrooms. 23. What court case occurred in 1950? 0. Marshall v. Board of Regents of the University of Virginia 1. Sweatt v. Painter 2. Brown v. Board of Education 3. Plessy v. Ferguson 24. The intervention of the federal government and the deployment of the National Guard occurred in the Little Rock crisis of ... 0. 1990 and at the desegregation of the University of Mississippi. 1. 1954 and the desegregation of the University of Alabama. 2. 1800 and at the desegregation of the University of Louisiana. 3. 1954 and the desegregation of the University of Mississippi. 25. According to one attorney s belief, the battle against segregation had to begin at the highest academic level to mitigate fear of race mixing that could.... 0. create even greater hostility and reluctance on the part of blacks. 1. create even greater hostility and reluctance on the part of white judges. 2. create even greater hostility and reluctance on the part of segregationists. 3. create even greater hostility and reluctance on the part of the Supreme Court. 26. What was the role of Brown II? 0. showing federal government power in the South 1. carrying out the 1954 case decision. 2. signaling the emerging primacy of equality as a guide to constitutional decisions 3. limiting the effectiveness and impact of the 1954 case. 27. The Brown v. Board of Education case declared what? 0. classification based on race violated the 14th amendment 1. classification based on race violated the 1st amendment 2. classification based on race violated the constitution 3. classification based on race did not violate the constitution 28. Who believed that the battle against segregation had to begin at the highest academic level? 0. Dwight D. Eisenhower 1. Herman Sweatt 2. Charles H. Houston 3. Leon Ransom 29. What school did Herman Sweatt enter? 0. The University of Florida law school 1. The University of Texas law school 2. The Temple University 3. The Harvard University law school 30. When was the Plessy v. Ferguson case held? 0. in 1700 1. in 1956 2. in 1896 3. in 1938 31. What was the 1950 McLaurin decision? 0. The external separation is constitutional. 1. The external separation is unconstitutional. 2. The discarding of separate law schools for whites and blacks is unconstitutional. 3. The internal separation is unconstitutional. 32. According to the last paragraph in the article, what "one fact" remains? 0. federal troops had never before been used to protect the rights of black citizens. 1. federal troops had never before been used to protect the lives of black citizens. 2. the United States Supreme Court lacked the power to enforce its decision. 3. the United States Supreme Court lacked the ability to make a sound decision.

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