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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is DJ's profession?
(a) A budding choreographer.
(b) An ex football player.
(c) A bar owner.
(d) A budding photographer.
2. What is the name of the newspaper Buford receives after he goes to St. Edmunds?
(a) The Bulldog.
(b) The London Times.
(c) The Chronicle.
(d) The AJC.
3. Where is the match Buford flies to held in "Dusseldorf"?
4. How does the crowd feel according to Buford in the first half of the FA Cup match in "Cambridge"?
(a) They are angry.
(b) They are anxious.
(c) They are tense as a score is almost made.
(d) They are drunk and not paying attention.
5. What does Buford wonder about the energy of a crowd in football matches in "Cambridge"?
(a) What happens to the energy if it isn't released with a score.
(b) Why the energy rises in the second half.
(c) Why the energy depletes at the end of the game before the riots break out.
(d) How people keep their energy the entire game.
6. Where does Buford meet Neil?
(a) A pub.
(b) A brothel.
(c) A Cambridge United football match.
(d) A hotel.
7. How does Buford describe those who attack the tank feel in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
8. What does Buford say about the generation's use of violence at the end of "Dusseldorf"?
(a) They do not understand its magnitude.
(b) They use violence to feel because they are a generation that is deadend.
(c) They care about only themselves.
(d) This generation will pass its rituals down to the next.
9. What does Buford say about the individual and the conditions of the European football games in "Cambridge"?
(a) You have to be really brave.
(b) You need to be strong.
(c) You need to be willing to fight for a cause.
(d) The conditions force you to become someone else, part of the crowd.
10. Who does Buford say leads a double life of family man and mob supporter in "Dusseldorf"?
(b) Neil Watson.
(d) Tom Melody.
11. What does DJ describe in the beginning of "Dusseldorf"?
(a) A drunk man.
(c) A young female patient who is picked up by a group of supporters and molested.
(d) An FA cup final.
12. How are several people injured in the crowd that celebrates the scored goal at the end of "Cambridge"?
(a) Fights broke out and riots occurred.
(b) They were shot.
(c) Bottles were thrown at people.
(d) Falling down steps.
13. What does Buford say the power of the National Front depends on?
(a) The football score.
(b) The crowd mentality.
(c) The firm leaders.
(d) The mom's of the football players.
14. What does the bar Buford goes to in "Bury St. Edmunds" pride themselves on?
(a) Claims the most violence at a par.
(b) Being the most racist bar in Bury.
(c) Having the best beer.
(d) Being free of violence.
15. What is Buford attempting to explain at the beginning of "Cambridge"?
(a) The organization of the mob.
(b) The feeling of waiting for a goal to be scored.
(c) The way one feels alone in a foreign country.
(d) The way one feels in the mob.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Buford speak to when he calls the number in the packet he is given in "Bury St. Edmunds"?
2. What does Buford realize about the violence when Sammy stands in front of the group in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
3. Who is beaten into unconsciousness and put in a coma for 12 days only to never speak or move again in "Dusseldorf"?
4. What does DJ think about the football violence's cause in "Dusseldorf"?
5. What does Buford begin subscribing to in "Dusseldorf"?
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