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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Buford what is the individual aware of in the moment the violence "goes off" in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) One is only aware of the present.
(b) One becomes refined.
(c) One is not aware at all.
(d) One becomes animalistic.
2. What does Buford realize about the violence when Sammy stands in front of the group in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) The violence is planned and not spontaneous.
(b) It is going to go off.
(c) It is a riot.
(d) It is spontaneous.
3. What does Robert tell Buford about Sammy?
(a) He is gay.
(b) He will be the head of the ICJ next year.
(c) He is believed to have killed a man.
(d) He is broke.
4. What does the newspaper Buford receives after he goes to St. Edmunds promote?
(a) Organic foods.
(b) Bannish blacks and other minorities.
(c) Mob violence.
(d) Ending mob violence.
5. Who does Buford notice fighting a war of sorts against those who go against the nationalism in "Dusseldorf"?
(c) Neil Watson.
6. Where is Buford walking when he recognizes the man in the stadium in "Cambridge"?
(a) To his car.
(b) Down the street.
(c) To a pub.
(d) To his hotel.
7. Where does Buford meet Neil?
(a) A hotel.
(b) A brothel.
(c) A pub.
(d) A Cambridge United football match.
8. What does Buford realize as he is being hit by the police officer in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) He wants to go home.
(b) He is now a supporter and not a journalist.
(c) The police are corrupt.
(d) They are crazy.
9. What does the bar Buford goes to in "Bury St. Edmunds" pride themselves on?
(a) Having the best beer.
(b) Claims the most violence at a par.
(c) Being the most racist bar in Bury.
(d) Being free of violence.
10. What is Buford attempting to explain at the beginning of "Cambridge"?
(a) The way one feels in the mob.
(b) The organization of the mob.
(c) The feeling of waiting for a goal to be scored.
(d) The way one feels alone in a foreign country.
11. Why does Buford say this moment of violence is addictive to those in the crowd on "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) To release one's tension is addicting.
(b) It is one of the most pleasureable experiences.
(c) It is an extreme need to fulfiill.
(d) It is one of pain that is released in the violence.
12. Where does the National Front operate?
(a) St. Edmunds.
13. Who is beaten into unconsciousness and put in a coma for 12 days only to never speak or move again in "Dusseldorf"?
(a) John Johnstone.
(c) Terry Moore.
(d) Neil Watson.
14. What does the crowd do that makes it become lawless in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
(a) Killed in the street.
(b) Destroyed buildings.
(c) Set firt to police cars.
(d) Set fire to the stadium.
15. What happens at the game in Hillsborough in "Dusseldorf"?
(a) 95 people are killed because they are crushed to death.
(b) 1000 people rush the field.
(c) Hundreds are seriously injured.
(d) People are burned to death.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the European Championship supposed to be held in the chapter, "Dusseldorf"?
2. What does the police officer in "Dawes Road, Fulham" hit Buford with?
3. What does Buford attend at the beginning of "Bury St. Edmunds"?
4. What does Buford wonder happens to the crowd when the game goes into overtime without scoring a goal?
5. What does Buford say happens to the crowd when the violence "goes off" in "Dawes Road, Fulham"?
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