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5 Matching questions

  1. Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  2. Lend-Lease
  3. Rockefeller
  4. Convoy System
  5. Warren Court
  1. a The Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren that dealt many important rulings.
  2. b It was made up of more than 100 ministers and civil rights leaders and its purpose was "to carry on nonviolent crusades against the evils of second-class citizenship."
  3. c Under this plan, the President would lend or lease arms and other supplies to any country whose defense was vital to the U.S.
  4. d A system whereby merchant ships would travel with a circling guard of destroyers and cruisers.
  5. e He founded Standard Oil Co. when he bought out many competitors.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. An arrangement to buy now and pay later.
  2. This test was given to voters in the south prior to voting to ensure that the individual could read, a requirement for voting.
  3. An effort to block Soviet influence, and to support and ally weaker countries.
  4. A moral position taken by an individual in which he opposes war on religious grounds and refuses induction into the military.
  5. A Soviet leader initiated a series of peace talks with the U.S. during the last days of the Soviet Union.

5 True/False questions

  1. Rosa ParksA defense department - "strategic defense initiative"; this idea outlines putting military satellites in space.


  2. Buying on MarginThe 7,000-page document that, when leaked to the public, revealed the U.S. government had not been honest about its intentions in the Vietnam War.


  3. John F. KennedyThe 35th President of the U.S. and was in office during the Cuban Missile Crisis.


  4. Progressive MovementA reform movement of the late 1800s that stressed returning control of the government to the people, restoring economic opportunities, and correcting the injustices of American life.


  5. ScabsThis name identified workers that crossed strikers' picket lines and worked in their place.