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Bella Abzug: Quiz


Question 1: [2] Abzug was an outspoken advocate of liberal causes, including support for the ________, and opposition to the Vietnam War.
Equal Rights AmendmentUnited States ConstitutionKentuckyNorth Carolina

Question 2: Bella Savitsky Abzug (July 24, 1920 – March 31, 1998) was an American ________, Congresswoman, social activist and a leader of the Women's Movement.
ShariaCommon lawLegal educationLawyer

Question 3: Congresswoman Abzug was married to Martin Abzug, whom she met on a bus in Miami on the way to a concert by ________, from 1944 until his death 1986.
Mstislav RostropovichDaniel BarenboimYehudi MenuhinPierre Boulez

Question 4: After battling ________ for a number of years, she developed heart disease and died on March 31, 1998 from complications following open heart surgery.
Lung cancerMammary ductal carcinomaBreast cancerBreast cancer classification

Question 5: "determine[d] that ________ is a form of racism and racial discrimination."
Religious ZionismAntisemitismCanaanismZionism

Question 6: She appealed the case of Willie McGee, a black man convicted in 1945 of raping a white woman in ________ and sentenced to death by an all-white jury who deliberated for only two-and-a-half minutes.
Hattiesburg, MississippiGreenwood, MississippiLaurel, MississippiMeridian, Mississippi

Question 7: Abzug graduated from Walton High School in New York City, and went on to Hunter College of the ________, later earning a law degree from Columbia University.
City University of New YorkNew York Institute of TechnologyBrooklyn CollegeNew York University

Question 8: [3] Her political stands placed her on the ________.
Ted KennedyNixon's Enemies ListLyndon B. JohnsonMaster list of Nixon political opponents

Question 9: In ________ Abzug joined other leading feminists such as Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan to found the National Women's Political Caucus.

Question 10: Abzug served the state of New York in the United States House of Representatives, representing her district in ________, from 1971 to 1977.
ManhattanStaten IslandNew York CityBrooklyn

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