United States History

All the following characterized the civil rights movement EXCEPT:

(A) advocating legislation that would outlaw segregation
(B) nonviolent demonstrations
(C) sit-ins at segregated lunch counters and restaurants
(D) police brutality against civil rights marchers
(E) violent attacks on segregated restaurants and other public facilities
  1. Correct Answer: E

    Explanation:

    Most civil rights protesters believed in nonviolence. Those who took part in sit-ins at lunch counters, restaurants, and other public facilities were generally peaceful, even when attacked by prosegregation whites.

Test ID: 1682
Source: SAT Practice Test