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2. How many people were injured during the riots as a result of Martin Luther King's assassination?

  • 900
  • thousands
  • millions
  • hundreds

3. When did the major riots in Newark and Detroit occur?

  • 1967
  • 1965
  • 1976
  • 1975

4. How many people were arrested during the riots as a result of Martin Luther King's assassination?

  • 27,000
  • 29,000
  • 15,000
  • 18,000

5. What was a long term cause of the inner-city riots?

  • The riots were a reaction to the long term problems of city-living for Jewish people - unemployment, overcrowding and poor services.
  • The riots were a reaction to the long term problems of city-living for black people - unemployment, overcrowding and poor services.
  • The riots were a reaction to the long term problems of city-living for disabled people - unemployment, overcrowding and poor services.
  • The riots were a reaction to the long term problems of city-living for white people - unemployment, overcrowding and poor services.

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