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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How long is the protest at Berkeley in 1964 over a strip of land?
(a) Three days.
(b) Five days.
(c) Six days.
(d) Four days.

2. Who visits the United States and declares that the superiority of communism is scientifically proven?
(a) Vonderenko.
(b) Khrushchev.
(c) Putin.
(d) Gorbachev.

3. How do irrational entities benefit from the United Nations, according to the author?
(a) By being influenced by rational entities.
(b) By being associated with rational entities.
(c) By being dominant of rational entities.
(d) By being subservant to rational entities.

4. What is the form of government that prevails in most of Latin America?
(a) Fascism.
(b) Statism.
(c) Republicanism.
(d) Communism.

5. Lobbying is the act of trying to influence whom?
(a) Owners.
(b) Capital markets.
(c) Legislators.
(d) Bankers.

6. The existence of the military draft, according to the author, is the epitome of what?
(a) Force.
(b) Lack of freedom.
(c) Statism.
(d) Coercion.

7. How does the author refer to a principle?
(a) As a general truth.
(b) As a discovered truth.
(c) As a proven truth.
(d) As a selected truth.

8. What is the theory behind the pope's encyclical?
(a) Rich nations have a duty to help poor nations.
(b) Rich nations should be equitable when helping poor nations.
(c) Rich nations should help poor nations because it is fair.
(d) Rich nations need to help poor nations so that all humans are equal.

9. Who wins the protest at Berkeley in 1964 over a strip of land?
(a) The chancellor.
(b) The professors.
(c) The protesters.
(d) The students.

10. Who writes an encyclical that expresses contempt for capitalism?
(a) Pope Paul VI.
(b) Pope Platus VI.
(c) Pope Peter VI.
(d) Pope Pius VI.

11. The author believes that when smears take place, they are generally aimed at what?
(a) Individuals.
(b) Beliefs in values or principles.
(c) Political campaigns.
(d) Religious beliefs.

12. In response to the claim that the superiority of communism is scientifically proven, the American answer is that the U.S. system is based on what?
(a) The rise of the individual.
(b) Faith in society.
(c) Belief in mankind.
(d) Faith in God.

13. Critics claim that FDR's New Deal programs were close to whose fascism?
(a) Mussolini's.
(b) Figurio's.
(c) Napolean's.
(d) Hitler's.

14. The author believes that the basis of American freedom is that man can act how?
(a) For the betterment of all.
(b) Altruistically.
(c) Selfishly.
(d) In his own self-intrest.

15. When is isolationism prevalent in the U.S.?
(a) 1950s.
(b) 1960s.
(c) 1940s.
(d) 1930s.

Short Answer Questions

1. What did the author present in her book "Atlas Shrugged" that is reflected in current events?

2. Which does the author predict will win when the principles are clearly defined by the groups hold opposite views?

3. When government sets the objectives to be obtained, then it becomes what type of state?

4. Who takes the concept of alienation and applies it to the worker?

5. What does the author believe is dominating society today?

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