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Russell B. Long: Quiz


Question 1: He did not take office, however, until December 31, giving him a few days of seniority over others in the Senate class of 1948, including Lyndon Johnson and ________.
Lyndon B. JohnsonWalter MondaleHubert HumphreyEdmund Muskie

Question 2: Long was born in Shreveport, and received bachelor's and law degrees from Louisiana State University in ________, where he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity (Zeta Zeta chapter).
Lafayette, LouisianaBaton Rouge, LouisianaSacramento, CaliforniaNew Orleans

Question 3: He was a naval officer during ________.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 4: Russell Billiu Long (November 3, 1918 – May 9, 2003) was an American Democratic politician and Senator from ________ from 1948 until 1987.
North CarolinaLouisianaArkansasMississippi

Question 5: [3] Rozelle complied, and Long and Boggs joined Rozelle in announcing that New Orleans had obtained the ________ on November 1, 1966.
Jason KyleSuper Bowl XLIVNew Orleans Saints2009 New Orleans Saints season

Question 6: In exchange for ensuring the passage of the legislation, Long and Boggs requested that Rozelle award the next NFL expansion franchise to ________.
LouisianaBaton Rouge, LouisianaNew OrleansNew Orleans metropolitan area

Question 7: Long served as President Lyndon Johnson's legislative Senate floor leader for many of the ________ programs.
Fair DealNew DealGreat SocietyLyndon B. Johnson

Question 8: Long was the son of the flamboyant Louisiana governor and Senator ________ and Rose McConnell Long, who served about a year in the Senate following her husband's death.
Alexandre MoutonHuey LongWilliam C. C. ClaiborneMurphy J. Foster

Question 9: The ________ requires Senators to be at least 30 years old and Long barely met this requirement.
United StatesElectoral College (United States)United States ConstitutionUnited States Congress

Question 10: Amant, a retired ________ lieutenant colonel from Baton Rouge in the Democratic primary, 407,162 votes (80.2 percent) to 100,843 votes (19.8 percent).
United States Army AfricaUnited States ArmyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forces


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