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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 1 decade ago

10th Grade History Help PLEASE?

This is a study sheet for the actual test on monday.. i want to know the right answers so i can study and do good on my test.. please help

1. Anti-Vietnam War protests broke out on college campuses from New York to California from the late 1960s through the early 1970s. Since college students were the same age of the young men being drafted into the war and many had friends that had died while serving, many students felt duty-bound to protest the war. The worst of the protests occurred May 1-4, 1970 at

A. Ohio State University

B. Kent State University

C. Ohio University

D. Miami University

2. As a result of the Montgomery bus boycott,

A. Martin Luther King, Jr. attracted national attention

B. The public transportation system in Montgomery was desegregated

C. It showed the power of peaceful resistance

D. All of the above

3. In Brown v. Board of Education (1954), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional and that schools must integrate with all deliberate speed. What was the effect of the Court’s ruling?

A. By the late 1960s, segregation was no longer the official policy in most schools.

B. The ruling led to increased segregation.

C. Since schools were already integrated, the Court’s ruling had little effect.

D. Racial segregation in schools ended immediately.

4. The Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1954 did which of the following?

A. Struck down the principal of “separate but equal” in schools.

B. Provided for segregated schools based on race.

C. Supported the Plessy v. Ferguson decision of 1896.

D. Allowed for male and female students to attend the same schools.

5. In 1977, advocates for people with disabilities staged a series of protest demonstrations across the country. These demonstrations urged enforcement of anti-discrimination legislation. The demonstrations continued a pattern of protests for equal treatment under the law influenced by

A. anti-war protests during the Vietnam War.

B. Civil rights marches of the 1950s and 1960s.

C. Farm labor strikes of the 1960s.

D. Ku Klux Klan rallies of the 1920s.

6. Malcolm X’s beliefs in the early 1960s differed from Dr. Martin Luther King’s in that Malcolm X felt

A. Blacks should be willing to fight for equal rights.

B. Whites and blacks would eventually be able to exist together.

C. Only through nonviolent resistance could blacks gain their rights.

D. All of the above

7. By 1968, Americans public opinion about the Vietnam War was divided into two main groups: hawks and doves. A hawk was someone who

A. supported the war.

B. was in the Army.

C. opposed the war.

D. remained neutral about the war.

8. During the 1960s, the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) organized Freedom Rides throughout the South to end segregation on interstate bus routes. James Farmer, national director of CORE at that time, described in an interview one of the strategies used by the Freedom Riders: "We felt that one of the weaknesses of the student sit-in movement in the South was that as soon as arrested, students were bailed out. A better tactic would have been to remain in jail. Fill up the jails, as Gandhi did in India, fill them to bursting if we had to. In other words, stay in without bail." James Farmer’s statement would be a credible source of information about a strategy used during the civil rights movement because

A. it is free of bias.

B. it was published in a book.

C. he was a civil rights leader.

D. he uses statistics to support his opinions.

9. One of the first important waves in rock music in the 1960s was something called the "British Invasion," which essentially started in 1964. A band primarily associated with this wave was

A. The Supremes

B. The Beatles

C. The Doors

D. The Grateful Dead

10. The counterculture movement of the 1960s was

A. an effort to promote aspects of refined culture (such as classical music).

B. the result of a younger generation breaking away from traditional values.

C. entirely unsuccessful as most “hippies” were incarcerated for drug use.

D. an organization in which the main goal was to protest the Vietnam War.

2 Answers

  • ?????
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    1 decade ago
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    1 B. Kent State University

    2 D. All of the above

    3 A. By the late 1960s, segregation was no longer the official policy in most schools

    4 A. Struck down the principal of separate but equal in schools

    5 B. Civil rights marches of the 1950s and 1960s.

    6 A. Blacks should be willing to fight for equal rights.

    7 A. supported the war.

    8 C. he was a civil rights leader.

    9 B. The Beatles

    10 B. the result of a younger generation breaking away from traditional values.

    Double check my answers!

  • 5 years ago

    Depends on your school. I took World History 9th grade and American History 10th grade

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