1. Which of the following symbolized the women's rights movement in the 1960s
A. Passage of Title IX
B. Election of the first female U.S. senator
C. Passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
D. Publication of Betty Friedan's Feminine Mystique
2. Which of the following was one effect of President Johnson's Great Society
A. A national healthCare system was created.
B. Poverty was reduced in the United States.
C. Labor unions gained membership and political power.
D. Environmental protections were increased significantly.
3. How did the approach taken by the United Farm Workers differ from the approach taken by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
A. The United Farm Workers were looking for long-term changes in labor policy rather than short-term gains.
B. The United Farm Workers preferred using boycotts to achieve its aims rather than launching legal challenges.
C. The United Farm Workers occasionally used violence rather than solely relying on civil disobedience.
D. The United Farm Workers preferred using protests and symbolic actions rather than lobbying legislatures for favorable laws.
4. In the 1960s, Native American leaders began to push for self-determination for Native American groups. Which African American group had similar goals for its people
A. Freedom Riders
B. The SCLC
C. Black Panthers
D. The NAACP
347. Which of these Civil Rights leaders also worked with the organized labor movement to improve economic conditions for African American workers
A. Rosa Parks
B. Huey Newton
C. Harry T. Moore
D. Philip Randolph
348. Which of these groups was involved in the legal challenges to segregation that resulted in the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education
A. Congress on Racial Equality (CORE)
B. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
C. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SC LC)
D. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
349. The American Civil Liberties Union was directly involved with which of these
A. Freedom Summer
B. Montgomery Bus Boycott
C. Civil Rights Act of 1964
D. Brown v. Board of Education
350. What did the Supreme Court say in its ruling in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978)
A. Affirmative action programs do not violate the Constitution.
B. Racial quotas are necessary to correct past discrimination.
C. The Constitution forbids any government policy that uses a racial classification.
D. Even states without official segregation policies must take steps to integrate their schools.
351. What do the Supreme Court decisions in the cases of Griswold v. Connecticut and Roe v. Wade have in common
A. Limitations on executive privilege
B. Expanded criminal defendants' rights
C. Support for the Civil Rights movement
D. Increased protections for individual privacy
352. Feminists and Civil Rights activists both wanted which of these
A. Equal rights for all
B. An end to legal segregation
C. Limitations on police power
D. Preferred treatment of minorities
353. What was one similarity between the antiwar movement and the Native American movement
A. Support for greater economic equality
B. The desire to expand participatory democracy
C. A feeling of powerlessness among their members
D. Opposition to the policies of the federal government