Unit 5 Chapter 5 True/False Questions


Chapter 6 - True/False Questions



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Chapter 6 - True/False Questions:


  1. The Constitution was silent on the issue of equality until the addition of the Civil War Amendments.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Comprehension

Page reference: 198



  1. The first meeting for women’s rights was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 196



  1. The Missouri Compromise of 1820 eliminated tensions over slavery.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Analysis

Page reference: 195-196


  1. The Thirteenth Amendment bans slavery.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 197



  1. Most of the former Confederate states passed Black Codes to restrict opportunities for newly freed slaves.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Analysis

Page reference: 197


  1. Slavery was a major cause of the Civil War.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Analysis

Page reference: 197


  1. Jim Crow laws were abolished immediately following the Civil War.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Comprehension

Page reference: 199


  1. The doctrine of “separate but equal” was promulgated by the Civil Rights Cases (1883).

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 199


  1. Federal occupation of the South following the Civil War ended in 1877.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 199


  1. The Nineteenth Amendment guarantees women the right to vote.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 202


  1. Women were granted the right to vote at the same time as African Americans.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 202

  1. Brown v. Board of Education was the most important women’s rights case in the twentieth century.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 204


  1. Brown v. Board of Education is considered by many to be the most important civil rights case of the twentieth century.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Evaluation

Page reference: 205


  1. The Montgomery Bus boycotts were started by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when he refused to give up his seat on a public bus to a white woman.

Answer: FALSE



Bloom’s level: Knowledge

Page reference: 206


  1. The Montgomery bus boycott was the first successful nonviolent protest for civil rights.

Answer: TRUE



Bloom’s level: Synthesis

Page reference: 206


  1. Freedom rides were unsuccessful attempts to promote school bussing.

Answer: FALSE






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