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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who believes that football violence is more of a true political movement in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
(a) Phil Andrews.
(b) Ian Anderson.
2. What does Buford mention happening at another no score game when a goal was finally made in "Cambridge"?
(a) Someone was severely injured.
(b) People celebrated by going to eat dinner.
(c) Someone died.
(d) The crowd uprooted the goal posts.
3. Who saves Buford from being beaten against a lamppost?
(a) Ian Anderson.
4. How does Buford describe those who attack the tank feel in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
5. What does Buford attend at the beginning of "Bury St. Edmunds"?
(a) A classical music concert.
(b) A party in West End.
(c) A football game.
(d) A First National Front disco party.
6. Where does Buford meet Neil?
(a) A pub.
(b) A hotel.
(c) A brothel.
(d) A Cambridge United football match.
7. Who does Buford say leads a double life of family man and mob supporter in "Dusseldorf"?
(b) Neil Watson.
(d) Tom Melody.
8. What is Buford attempting to explain at the beginning of "Cambridge"?
(a) The feeling of waiting for a goal to be scored.
(b) The way one feels in the mob.
(c) The organization of the mob.
(d) The way one feels alone in a foreign country.
9. What makes the atmosphere of the skinhead's more dangerous in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
(a) Someone throws a stool.
(b) The White Power music begins to play.
(c) The women leave and the men go crazy.
(d) Blacks come to the bar.
10. What does Buford say most things in life serve us as in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) To remind us we are civilized and the world is a net to hold us safely.
(b) To take our power.
(c) To keep us balanced.
(d) To show control.
11. What does DJ describe in the beginning of "Dusseldorf"?
(a) A drunk man.
(b) An FA cup final.
(d) A young female patient who is picked up by a group of supporters and molested.
12. Who is present when Buford meets Neil?
(a) Buford's brother.
(b) Black people.
(c) Neil's brother.
(d) Several skinheads.
13. What does Buford say about the individual and the conditions of the European football games in "Cambridge"?
(a) You need to be strong.
(b) You have to be really brave.
(c) You need to be willing to fight for a cause.
(d) The conditions force you to become someone else, part of the crowd.
14. What does Buford say the power of the National Front depends on?
(a) The mom's of the football players.
(b) The firm leaders.
(c) The football score.
(d) The crowd mentality.
15. How are several people injured in the crowd that celebrates the scored goal at the end of "Cambridge"?
(a) Bottles were thrown at people.
(b) Falling down steps.
(c) They were shot.
(d) Fights broke out and riots occurred.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Buford say this moment of violence is addictive to those in the crowd on "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
2. What two teams are playing for the FA Cup in "Cambridge"?
3. What is the animal sound the crowd imitates as a black player gets a ball?
4. What does Buford say about the human consciousness as the crowd becomes lawless in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
5. What does Buford explain at the beginning of "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
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