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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. What does the John Birch Society call Eisenhower?
(a) An elitist.
(b) A Communist.
(c) A slave owner.
(d) A warmonger.
2. In the U.S., the economic system isn't a pure capitalist system but is what?
(a) A mixed system.
(b) A mixed socialism.
(c) A mixed capitalism.
(d) A mixed economy.
3. When the author examines the situation in Viet Nam, the author reveals the belief that there is no _____ ______ for the U.S. there.
(a) Public interest.
(b) Pressing interest.
(c) Social interest.
(d) National interest.
4. The author believes that when smears take place, they are generally aimed at what?
(a) Religious beliefs.
(c) Beliefs in values or principles.
(d) Political campaigns.
5. The author believes that the _______ of man is responsible for production and prosperity.
(a) Hard work.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author believe is dominating society today?
2. The author believes that, in society today, there are no what?
3. Who writes an encyclical that expresses contempt for capitalism?
4. Which does the author predict will win when the principles are clearly defined by the groups hold opposite views?
5. Who is the author of the chapter on "Alienation"?
Short Essay Questions
1. When do countries not engage in wars?
2. From what belief do foreign-aid programs stem?
3. What does the pope's encyclical say motivates capitalism?
4. What meaning does the author give to the idea that public interest supersedes private interests and rights?
5. In the "Is Atlas Shrugging?" chapter, the author asks what question about the novel "Atlas Shrugged"?
6. Why, according to the author, do many less-developed countries hate the U.S.?
7. What does the existence of the draft mean for countries and politicians?
8. How does Fromm characterize man's alienation?
9. Who comes and helps the students protest in Berkeley in 1964?
10. What brings about an intellectual movement's collapse?
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