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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Lobbying is the act of trying to influence whom?
(a) Capital markets.
2. What does the author blame for warping students' hopes and viewpoints?
(a) Modern sociology.
(b) Lack of moral grounding.
(c) The professors.
(d) Modern philosophy.
3. How does the author refer to a principle?
(a) As a proven truth.
(b) As a discovered truth.
(c) As a selected truth.
(d) As a general truth.
4. Critics claim that FDR's New Deal programs were close to whose fascism?
5. The existence of the military draft, according to the author, is the epitome of what?
(c) Lack of freedom.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the author, many less-developed countries feel ______ by capitalism.
2. William Petersen is a professor of what?
3. The author believes that when the ban on physical force is breached, then there is no what?
4. Which president does the author compare to a French minister?
5. What does the author believe is the basis for a mixed economy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the reason, according to the author, that capitalism is having trouble sustaining itself?
2. From what belief do foreign-aid programs stem?
3. Why, according to the author, do many less-developed countries hate the U.S.?
4. What is one definition of capitalism that its supporters might use?
5. What does the existence of the draft mean for countries and politicians?
6. What is the theme of "Atlas Shrugged"?
7. What does the pope's encyclical say motivates capitalism?
8. How does Fromm characterize man's alienation?
9. When talking about political views in today's world, what is the question to ask?
10. What brings about an intellectual movement's collapse?
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