How did Booker T. Washington react to the new Niagara Movement?
A) He openly attended and supported the group.
B) He paid newspaper reporters to criticize Du Bois.
C) He secretly paid money to support the group.
D) Although he didn't support the group, he did little to harm it.
What is true about the early NAACP?
A) It was generally a fairly conservative organization, racially.
B) White leaders dominated it and financed it.
C) Because of Washington's opposition, it rarely took stands against the Jim Crow system.
D) Washington's spies set it up to crush the Niagara Movement.
What methods did the NAACP use to try to gain black civil and political rights?
A) They worked within the court and legislative system, chipping away at discrimination, racism, and the Plessy v. Ferguson decision.
B) They attempted to use violence, secretly, several times, but abandoned it after the government began an investigation of the organization.
C) They would hold huge rallies, with jazz and blues music to attract followers.
D) They worked actively to discredit Washington, and to limit funding to Tuskegee.
What was the significance of the Guinn v. United States case in 1915?
A) It outlawed segregation on public transportation.
B) It forced the law school at the University of Alabama to admit a black student.
C) It overturned the grandfather clause in Oklahoma.
D) It upheld several discriminatory laws restricting black voting rights.