Freedom Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the slave want?
(a) To be given the necessities of survival.
(b) To be free and an equal member of society.
(c) To be loved.
(d) To be given work.

2. What delineates the fifth revolution of this period?
(a) Concern with social freedom.
(b) Concern with economic freedom.
(c) Concern with political freedom.
(d) Concern with freedom as a value.

3. Why must one be aware of and concerned with the thoughts and opinions of the intellectuals?
(a) They are the most intelligent.
(b) They affect the people of all levels of society.
(c) They are the wealthy aristocracy.
(d) They are the writers of the time.

4. What would a slave in this culture not have that is necessary to protect and nurture him?
(a) Rules.
(b) Food and shelter.
(c) A slave master.
(d) The family and friendship structure.

5. To what can the development of freedom as a social value be traced?
(a) Five revolutions that occurred in Athens between 4 and 7 A.D.
(b) Five revolutions that occurred in Athens between 7 and 4 B.C.
(c) Five revolutions that occurred in Rome between 4 and 7 A.D.
(d) Five revolutions that occurred in Rome between 7 and 4 B.C.

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

7. What does the external response reveal about intellectuals?
(a) What annoys the intellectuals about society.
(b) The opinions of the intellectuals on what they see happen in their society.
(c) The opinions of the intellectuals on what they would like to see in society.
(d) The opinions of the intellectuals on what is best for society.

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

9. Upon what form of freedom do intellectuals frown?
(a) The rigid view.
(b) The outer or external view.
(c) The warm view.
(d) The civic view.

10. In this type of freedom, an individual can do what he wants without the constraint of what?
(a) His own wishes.
(b) Having to pay for it.
(c) The wishes of others.
(d) Any choice.

11. Which social classes of women are restricted to their houses with very little social life?
(a) Upper and middle class.
(b) Middle and lower class.
(c) All classes.
(d) Lower and upper class.

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

13. Each of the three is concerned with what issue?
(a) The afterlife.
(b) Compassion and compromise.
(c) The slavery-freedom issue.
(d) Death and dying.

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

15. For whom are the plays?
(a) The lower class.
(b) The upper class.
(c) Male audiences.
(d) Female audiences.

Short Answer Questions

1. A social reaction between slave, slaveholder and society must take place in order for what to happen?

2. What must one be to be considered Greek?

3. Who destroys the Athenians system of democracy in 322 B.C.?

4. These factors lead to the development of what kind of society?

5. Who writes the dramas?

(see the answer keys)

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