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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does this economically benefit?
(a) The rich Athenians.
(b) The poor Athenians.
(c) Both rich and poor Athenians.
(d) The middle class Athenians.
2. To what does this lead?
(a) All women commiserating and identifying with their friends and relatives.
(b) The lower and middle class women commiserating and identifying with slaves.
(c) The upper and middle class women commiserating and identifying with the slaves.
(d) The lower and upper class women commiserating and identifying with their children.
3. There is a shift in agricultural production away from what into the production of olives, figs, fruits, etc.?
(a) Corn production.
(b) Grain production.
(c) Wheat production.
(d) Flax production.
4. What is also a factor contributing to the social conflict of this time?
5. Who either fear being captured and made into slaves, or are already slaves and want release?
6. What does this chapter examine?
(a) The role of Crete in the development of freedom.
(b) The role of Greece in the historical development of freedom as a social value.
(c) The role of Rome in the historical development of freedom.
(d) The role of Italy in the historical development of freedom.
7. When is this view of Mortal life beginning to be questioned?
(a) By the end of the sixth century B.C.
(b) By the middle of the sixth century B.C.
(c) By the end of the fifth century B.C.
(d) By the middle of the fifth century B.C.
8. Why must one be aware of and concerned with the thoughts and opinions of the intellectuals?
(a) They are the writers of the time.
(b) They are the wealthy aristocracy.
(c) They affect the people of all levels of society.
(d) They are the most intelligent.
9. What happens to these former slaves that become successful and prosperous?
(a) They miss their old lives.
(b) They cause resentment among the still-oppressed slaves.
(c) They are abused by the aristocracy and the still-oppressed slaves.
(d) They become disrespectful and out of control.
10. In the days of ancient Carthage, the slave develops what kind of value?
11. The occupation makes the Greeks think about what issues?
(a) Love and compassion.
(b) Slavery and freedoms of various kinds.
(c) Understanding and compromise.
(d) Equality and justice.
12. What is the third revolution, which involves the emergence of democracy?
(a) An economic revolution.
(b) A political revolution.
(c) A philosophical revolution.
(d) A social revolution.
13. How does agricultural production shift?
(a) Completely away from grain.
(b) Somewhat away from grain.
(c) Completely to grain.
(d) Toward grain.
14. Among the Tupinamba, why does the slave exist?
(a) To be a family member for the slave master.
(b) For the honor and dignity of the slave master.
(c) For protecting the slave master's family.
(d) To provide an income for the slave master.
15. Who destroys the Athenians system of democracy in 322 B.C.?
(a) The Persians.
(b) The Macedonians.
(c) The Turks.
(d) The Mongols.
Short Answer Questions
1. Slavery is more than just what kind of problem?
2. This chapter describes events in the period between the Persian War and the beginning of what?
3. The whole fabric of society exists around and is dependent on what?
4. When does the speech take place?
5. Again what does Patterson use to support this point?
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