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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What are the three elements of freedom called?
(a) The Choral trio.
(b) The Cord thrice.
(c) The Chordal triad.
(d) The Corpus triad.

2. With _____________ freedom, the individual is not dominated by another human.
(a) Sovereignal.
(b) Social.
(c) Formal.
(d) Personal.

3. The occupation makes the Greeks think about what issues?
(a) Understanding and compromise.
(b) Love and compassion.
(c) Slavery and freedoms of various kinds.
(d) Equality and justice.

4. What is not entirely correct regarding freedom and slavery?
(a) Defining them purely in terms of legal status.
(b) Defining them without terms of legal status.
(c) Defining them purely in terms of personal status.
(d) Defining them purely in terms of social status.

5. The whole fabric of society exists around and is dependent on what?
(a) Community solidarity.
(b) Equality.
(c) Freedom as a social value.
(d) The institution of slavery.

6. Between what freedoms do they distinguish?
(a) Smooth and rigid.
(b) Warm and cool.
(c) Outer and inner.
(d) Personal and civic.

7. In order to foster productivity, there is also an accompanying increase in what, since this is the only way the society can attain the output it needs to survive?
(a) Inequality.
(b) Manumission.
(c) Efficiency.
(d) Torture.

8. What is an outgrowth of Socratic thought in which there is complete personal freedom, both inner and outer?
(a) Epicureanism
(b) The Socratic method.
(c) Cynicism
(d) Stoicism.

9. On what is Athens now completely dependent?
(a) Grain-based economies.
(b) Food made from grain.
(c) Grain imports.
(d) Grain exports.

10. How do societies everywhere regard the inception of freedom as a value?
(a) They encourag it.
(b) They ignore it.
(c) They are envious of it.
(d) They resist it.

11. How do these slaves from the mines and those in the urban sector provide for the Athenians?
(a) They provide the means for the growing Athenian imperialism.
(b) They protect them from enemies.
(c) They make medicine for the wealthy Athenians.
(d) They provide food and supplies.

12. During the war in the sixth century B.C., Greek cities are occupied by whom?
(a) The Romans.
(b) The Saxons.
(c) The Franks.
(d) The Persians.

13. What is the third revolution, which involves the emergence of democracy?
(a) A philosophical revolution.
(b) A political revolution.
(c) A social revolution.
(d) An economic revolution.

14. On what does Patterson draw heavily to make his point?
(a) Roman plays.
(b) French operas.
(c) Greek drama.
(d) German symphonies.

15. How does the ruling class find the majority of the population becoming?
(a) Economically and socially independent of it.
(b) Politically dependent on it.
(c) Politically independent of it.
(d) Economically and socially dependent on it.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is also a factor contributing to the social conflict of this time?

2. Among the Tupinamba, why does the slave exist?

3. What does it mean to be Greek?

4. What does the slave want?

5. What delineates the fifth revolution of this period?

(see the answer keys)

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