This quiz helps prepare students for the California U. S. History STAR test. It covers Civil Rights, immigration, and nativism.
Racial discrimination ended in the South.
The federal government became the ultimate protector of individual rights.
African-Americans gained the right to vote.
Required southern governments not to discriminate in state employment.
Entrenched the system of segregation and Jim Crow laws that the South had developed after Reconstruction ended.
Allowed the South to provide either separate facilities or no facilities to African-Americans compared to facilities provided for use by whites.
Outlawed separate facilities for African-Americans, saying separate was inherently unequal.
Announcing the Truman Doctrine on protecting European countries from communist takeover.
Ending segregation in federal employment.
Ending segregation in the military.
Abolishing the death penalty.
They both believed that there were times when violence in the civil rights fight was necessary
Both secretly agreed with much of Malcolm X’s preaching.
Both were assassinated.
They both believed in staying nonviolent in their fight for civil rights.
Increase support for the Vietnam War.
Register more voters all over the country.
Make voting a matter of federal rather than state law.
Increase the black vote.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
People were racist against Mexicans.
The landowners/growers signed deals with other unions to represent the workers.
There was an anti-union movement at the time.
They didn’t have much power to vote because of being immigrant non-citizens.
Southern and eastern Europe.
Opposition to Prohibition.
Resentment over the large numbers of new immigrants.
Objections to women obtaining the right to vote.
The desire for isolation from world affairs.
Lifting of the ban on Chinese immigration.
Lifting of the ban on Japanese immigration.
Restrictions on immigration by Latin Americans.
Establishment of a quota system for immigration from areas other than the western hemisphere.
A plentiful source of labor
More voters who would side with them in elections
People with strong farm management experience that could improve the farms
Members to support a bigger farm workers union
Latin America and Asia.
Large corporate farms.
The lack of enough water to support a small farm.
The decision by so many young adults raised on family farms to move to the cities.
The increase in the number of Mexican immigrants.
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