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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 10 and 11.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the author feel about defining feminism as enabling total personal freedom?
(a) She sees it as very limiting for women since it is a male-defined model.
(b) She sees this as the most favorable definition of feminism.
(c) She finds the definition to vague.
(d) She thinks it is immoral.
2. At the end of the Preface to the second edition, where does the author maintain that a feminist path will lead us?
(a) To a major battle between the forces of peace and of domination.
(b) To a world where women have equality with men.
(c) To a world where sexism is kept at a minimum.
(d) To a world of peace, freedom, and justice, without sexism or domination.
3. What opinion does the author express regarding the connection between early feminist concepts of sexual liberty and the movement to end sexual oppression?
(a) They are very closely related.
(b) They are not the same thing.
(c) She does not express an opinion but promises to discuss them together in a later book.
(d) She feels they should not be the target of conservative thinkers.
4. What general statement does the author make about men that may seem to contradict her other claims?
(a) Most men are unable to truly support feminism.
(b) Men are no longer sexist.
(c) All men support and perpetuate sexism and sexist oppression in one form or another.
(d) Sexism is not perpetuated by educated men.
5. In Chapter 3, "The Significance of Feminist Movement," the author discusses which of the following themes?
(a) The major shortcomings of the feminist movement.
(b) The effects of feminism on foreign policy.
(c) The potential social and political benefits of the feminist movement.
(d) Famous personalities within the feminist movement.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the author present education in the title of Chapter Eight
2. From which position (or perspective) does the author claim to write in her analysis of feminism and its social manifestations?
3. How did many lower/middle class and/or non-white women respond to this view of work?
4. What was the shared feeling that helped define sisterhood in the early years of the movement, according to the author?
5. In the Preface to the second edition, what is the first factor considered by black parents when a child is born, according to the author?
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