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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. Who should information about feminism be available to, according to hooks?
(a) Everybody.
(b) Children.
(c) Women.
(d) Young people.

2. As opportunities grew for women, what type of solidarity began to wither, from hooks' perspective?
(a) Solidarity among all ages of women.
(b) Solidarity among all races of women.
(c) Solidarity among men and women.
(d) Solidarity among all classes of women.

3. Feminist liberation can only be a reality with societal shifts in what field, according to hooks?
(a) Class elitism.
(b) Racial elitism.
(c) Career elitism.
(d) Educational elitism.

4. Who encouraged her students to think first about the fate of women from working-class backgrounds?
(a) Abigail Adams.
(b) Tillie Olsen.
(c) Diane Middlebrook.
(d) bell hooks.

5. When feminism first began, hooks explains that which of the following was the second group feminism was split between?
(a) Revolutionary thinkers.
(b) Cubist thinkers.
(c) Modernist thinkers.
(d) Artistic thinkers.

Short Answer Questions

1. Anorexia and compulsive overeating are both described by hooks as being diseases with roots in lack of which of the following?

2. What did women come face to face with most with the onset of the sexual revolution?

3. What type of funding does hooks suggest is a goal for the feminist movement in order to read a broad and diverse audience?

4. Hooks claims that which group is trying to remove women's studies courses?

5. Hooks claimed that what needs a restart?

Short Essay Questions

1. Hooks claims that what changed the face of the feminist movement more than any other factor and why?

2. What are the remaining barriers for visionary feminism?

3. What has become more accepted by women as it becomes more acceptable for women to accept their bodies?

4. What relationship did white feminists have to feminism in other parts of the world, according to hooks?

5. How did the mass media portray feminists?

6. What wisdom does hooks find that lesbians brought to the feminist movement?

7. What did hooks describe as the two most important contributions to feminism?

8. How have men suffered from the patriarchal system, according to hooks?

9. In the 1960s, how did women show they were not constantly worried about being accepted by men for their appearance?

10. What convinced black feminists that the feminist movement was a "white power grab," according to hooks?

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