5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Strategic Hamlet
- Civil Liberties Act of 1988
- Rosa Parks
- Greensboro Four
- James Bevel
- a Issued a payment of $20,000 and a presidential apology to Japanese Americans in the internment camps.
- b Special fortified villages for South Vietnamese.
- c African American woman who refused to get out of her seat for a white person on a bus.
- d Four African American college students who sat in at a all-white Woolworth's' counter.
- e Proposed idea to involve kids in protests.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Limited campaign contributions and established an independent agency to administer stricter election laws.
- American commander in Vietnam.
- Took power in Birmingham during the power struggle between the commission and city counsel. Harsh segregationist.
- Counsel to the president and member of the inner circle of the White House. Bought up allegations against President Nixon during the Watergate scandal.
- A sustained bombing campaign against the North Vietnamese.
5 True/False Questions
Teach-Ins → Who: Faculty, Students
What: Students and teachers discussed war issues and "reaffirmed reasons for opposing it"
Where: US colleges
Why: To protest Vietnam war and gather more supporters
Sign: One of many protest that eventually pressured president to end war
Emperor Hirohito → Emperor of Japan during World War Two.
"Bloody Sunday" → Washington Post reporter and investigator of the Watergate scandal with Carl Bernstein.
Hawk → Person who liked and supported the Vietnam War effort.
Edmund Pettus Bridge → Chemical that strips leaves from trees and shrubs (Defoliant).