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33 .   _ In a 2007 poll , about 56 % of Americans aged 65 and older approved of interracial marriage .
A ) True
B ) False
34 .   Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was important as a Supreme Court Decision in 1954 because it allowed a few African - American children to go to school with white children .
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35 .   The central tactics of the civil rights movement under Reverend Martin Luther King , Jr. emphasized nonviolent , direct action .
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36 .   The Civil Rights Movement was successful in ending de facto segregation in the United States .
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37 .   The urban riots which occurred in the 1960s were a result of the success of the Civil Rights Movement in ending de jure discrimination .
A ) True
B ) False
38 .   The Black Power Movement supported the ideals of Martin Luther King , Jr. of integration and assimilation .
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39 .   The Nation of Islam and other black power groups distinguished between racial separation and racial segregation , with the former supporting empowerment and the latter supporting domination .
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40 .   The pluralistic themes of black power were a reaction to the failure of assimilation and integration of the 1950s and 1960s .
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41 .   The Black Power Movement and the Nation of Islam encouraged full participation of black women as leaders in their movements .
A ) True
B ) False
42 .   The manufacturing sector of the workplace has stopped growing , and the jobs available to minority groups in the service sector often pay low wages and offer low benefits , no security , and no links to increased opportunity .
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43 .   The culture of poverty theory proves that the problem of urban poverty is due to female - headed families with “ bad ” or inappropriate work values .
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44 .   The Moynihan Report , which supports the “ culture of poverty ” theory , could be considered by critics as an example of “ blaming the victim . ”
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45 .   Unfortunately , the black middle class has decreased since Reconstruction era .
A ) True
B ) False
46 .   Modern racism supports the idea that African Americans are inherently inferior based on biological differences .
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47 .   Modern racism is a form of “ blaming the victim ” — it sees the problem as the responsibility of the minority groups , not of the larger society .
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48 .   According to the text , the weight of the growing black vote was first felt in the 1910s .
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49 .   The Montgomery boycott was led by the Reverend Jesse Jackson , the new minister of a local Baptist church .
A ) True
B ) False
50 .   The Voting Rights Act of 1965 required that the same standards be used to register all citizens in federal , state , and local elections .
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51 .   Until the mid-1960s , racial riots were nonexistent in the United States .
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52 .   Unlike the Black Power movement , the civil rights movement tended to be male dominated .
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53 .   The riot following the 1992 King verdict was different from the riots of the 1960s in that many of the businesses looted and burned were owned by Chinese Americans .
A ) True
B ) False
54 .   The more desirable jobs in the service sector have increasingly demanding educational prerequisites .
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37. The urban riots which occurred in the 1960s were a result of the success of the Civil Rights Movement in ending de jure discrimination. A) True B) False
38. The Black Power Movement supported the ideals of Martin Luther King, Jr. of integration and assimilation.
39. The Nation of Islam and other black power groups distinguished between racial separation and racial segregation, with the former supporting empowerment and the latter supporting domination.
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Page 9 40. The pluralistic themes of black power were a reaction to the failure of assimilation and integration of the 1950s and 1960s.
41. The Black Power Movement and the Nation of Islam encouraged full participation of black women as leaders in their movements. A) True B) False
42. The manufacturing sector of the workplace has stopped growing, and the jobs available to minority groups in the service sector often pay low wages and offer low benefits, no security, and no links to increased opportunity.
43. The culture of poverty theory proves that the problem of urban poverty is due to female-headed families with “bad” or inappropriate work values.
44. The Moynihan Report, which supports the “culture of poverty” theory, could be considered by critics as an example of “blaming the victim.”
45. Unfortunately, the black middle class has decreased since Reconstruction era. A) True B) False
46. Modern racism supports the idea that African Americans are inherently inferior based on biological differences.
Page 10 47. Modern racism is a form of “blaming the victim”—it sees the problem as the responsibility of the minority groups, not of the larger society.
48. According to the text, the weight of the growing black vote was first felt in the 1910s.
49. The Montgomery boycott was led by the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the new minister of a local Baptist church. A) True B) False
50. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 required that the same standards be used to register all citizens in federal, state, and local elections.
51. Until the mid-1960s, racial riots were nonexistent in the United States.
52. Unlike the Black Power movement, the civil rights movement tended to be male dominated.

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