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3. The legislative branch consists of ____.

one house, known as Congress the two houses of Congress

the three houses of Congress the two houses of Congress and the judiciary

4. The _____ Amendment, passed during Reconstruction, eventually provided the basis for most civil rights protections.

13th 14th

15th 16th

5. The NAACP pursued a primarily _____ strategy in their fight to discredit "separate but equal."

legislative executive

legal passive

6. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s _____ inspired the broader movement for civil rights.

protest against the Topeka school system Montgomery bus boycott

sermons on the drawbacks of nonviolent protest Birmingham peace rally

7. _____ declared that "separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."

Brown v. Board of Education Dred Scott v. Sandford

Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison

8. Although the _____ banned all discriminatory voting registration requirements, it was not tough enough to eliminate such practices.

Civil Rights Act of 1957 Civil Rights Act of 1960

Civil Rights Act of 1964 Voting Rights Act of 1965

9. President _____ desegregated the military by executive order.

Truman Eisenhower

Kennedy Nixon

10. The _____ banned housing discrimination.

Civil Rights Act of 1957 Civil Rights Act of 1960

Civil Rights Act of 1964 Civil Rights Act of 1968

11. During the 1930s, Southern senators blocked anti-lynching bills through the use of _____.

cloture veto power

petitions filibusters

12. _____ provided constitutional justification for segregation for almost sixty years.

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Dred Scott v. Sandford

Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison

13. Since the 1970s, the Supreme Court has interpreted the Equal Protection Clause as prohibiting the government from making "_____" distinctions between people.

unreasonable racial

reasonable unnecessary

14. Martin Luther King Jr.'s _____ speech championed equality and justice for all people, not just blacks.

"Birmingham Jail" "I Have a Dream"

"Civil Disobedience" "Peace in America"

15. To determine whether discriminatory laws are constitutional, the Supreme Court subjects them to the _____.

comparative test reverse discrimination test

rational basis test constitutional analysis test

Part 2

Select the choice that best answers the question. (Each question is worth one point)

16. Which is not a suspect classification, according to the Supreme Court?

Race Age

Gender National origin

17. Which is the correct translation of segregation de facto?

in fact by law

by the jury by the people

18. Which is the correct translation of de jure segregation?

Segregation "in fact" Segregation "by law"

Segregation "by the jury" Segregation "by the people"

19. Laws that include suspect classifications must pass which test in order to be constitutional?

The rational basis test The strict scrutiny test

The Myers-Briggs test No answer is correct.

20. What was the name of the discriminatory laws enacted in response to the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments?

Joe Smith Laws Separate but Equal Laws

Jim Crow Laws Dred Scott Laws

21. Which is not an argument in support of hate crimes legislation?

Hate crimes legislation sends a message that the United States does not support bigotry. Hate crimes legislation ensures that perpetrators of these crimes receive serious punishment.

Hate crimes are meant to intimidate an entire population, rather than an individual. Hate crimes are a personal, rather than symbolic act.

22. In what year did the feminists first propose the ERA?

1848 1923

1980 1987

23. Which is NOT true of the segregation laws passed after the Civil War?

They prohibited interracial marriage. They did not only apply to blacks.

They were only in the South. All of these statements are true.

24. In what year did Congress pass a law prohibiting employment discrimination against people with disabilities?

1965 1967

1975 1990

25. Which program or law that was designed to address the effects of past discrimination is constitutional but still extremely controversial?

Affirmative action Quotas

Hate crimes legislation The Equal Rights Amendment

26. Which Amendment extended voting rights to women?

14th 15th

19th 23rd

27. Which state's constitution still includes references to separate schools for children of different races?

Georgia Illinois

Louisiana Alabama

28. What is the primary claim made by those who oppose hate crimes legislation?

There is no way to catch all perpetrators of hate crimes, so all perpetrators should be punished equally. There is no way to determine the motivations behind a crime, so all criminals should be punished equally.

1 Answer

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    It is a test, and you already have all the answers! Why don't you google them yourself?

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