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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Freer-thinking younger generation black women in which decades felt free to confront white feminists about racism from hooks' perspective?
(a) 1980s and 1990s.
(b) 1970s and 1980s.
(c) 1990s and 2000s.
(d) 1950s and 1960s.

2. What does hooks believe allowed women to choose to live with a man rather than to marry him?
(a) Sexual freedom.
(b) Sexual awakening.
(c) Sexual liberation.
(d) Sexual awareness.

3. Who is most prominent to hooks as paving the way for reconsideration of racist issues for society?
(a) White leaders.
(b) Hispanic women.
(c) Black men.
(d) Black activists.

4. Without addressing the issue of racism in the minds of white feminist leaders, why would feminism be doomed in hooks' perspective?
(a) There would be no possibility of feminism continuing on.
(b) There would be no possibility for liberation.
(c) There would be no possibility to break down the bonds of patriarchy.
(d) There would be no possibility for sisterhood.

5. Hooks claims that who must fight domestic violence before it can be ended?
(a) White and black women.
(b) Children and adults.
(c) Men and women.
(d) White and black men.

6. Early feminists looked to the spiritual works of a mystic named which of the following?
(a) Joslyn.
(b) Judith.
(c) Julian.
(d) Jaylyn.

7. What kind of religions did many feminists look to in the early days of the movement?
(a) Western religions.
(b) Eastern religions.
(c) Christianity.
(d) Asian religions.

8. Who does hooks specifically say should be paid more?
(a) Teachers.
(b) Business women.
(c) Doctors.
(d) Stay at home mothers.

9. Hooks makes it clear that a "woman-identified woman" was not synonymous with which of the following?
(a) White woman.
(b) Man.
(c) Woman.
(d) Lesbian.

10. What does hooks describe as the anti-feminist backlash that is most damaging to children?
(a) The idea that men should never work at home.
(b) The idea that it is dysfunctional for children to be raised in household where a mother is the head.
(c) The idea that women should have many children.
(d) The idea that women should not be free to work outside the home.

11. According to hooks, what liberates women?
(a) Work.
(b) Having reproductive rights.
(c) Men's ideals.
(d) Economic self-sufficiency.

12. Female sexual liberation was fancied by men who enjoyed having sex with what kind of women?
(a) Feminist women.
(b) Lesbian women.
(c) Black women.
(d) Uninhibited women.

13. Great concern exists among feminists for the plight of women in which countries?
(a) South American countries.
(b) Asian countries.
(c) Third-world countries.
(d) Middle eastern countries.

14. Who did hooks describe as joining the feminist movement out of natural progression?
(a) Gay men.
(b) Activist lesbians.
(c) Black women.
(d) White men.

15. Which type of feminists were dismayed to learn their leaders were committed to imperialism, according to hooks?
(a) Conservative feminists.
(b) Revolutionary feminists.
(c) Radical feminists.
(d) Reformist feminists.

Short Answer Questions

1. Hooks proposes that men and women should be given state aid for how long while they pursue a career?

2. What type of man does hooks describe as feeling unimportant and out of control?

3. Hooks describes risky cosmetic surgery as occurring where?

4. According to hooks, what did privileged-class white women expect lower classes and blacks to be in the feminist movement?

5. In the 1960s, what fraction of America's women were working?

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