Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. On what does Patterson draw heavily to make his point?
2. The concern with personal freedom basically results from whom?
3. Who writes the dramas?
4. How does agricultural production shift?
5. Who does the slave in this culture have?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Augustus influence the interpretations of freedom?
2. What does the effect of the Peloponnesian War on Athens and Greece affect slavery?
3. Describe the slavery issue in the South Pacific.
4. What are Patterson's three components of freedom?
5. What struggles do the Romans face regarding the development of the concept of freedom?
6. Describe the Oedipus trilogy of Sophocles in relation to freedom.
7. From what do personal freedom and civic freedom awareness result?
8. What does the role of slavery in the development of freedom as a social value do?
9. What is the importance of the significance on the development of freedom as a social value?
10. What does Plato say about the soul?
Essay Topic 1
Augustus sets the pace for the interpretations of freedom that will define the European chordal triad for the next 1,500 years.
Part 1) Who is Augustus? How does he set the pace?
Part 2) Why is he so influential? What power does he have over the region?
Part 3) How does Augustus change his persona for his people? Why does he do this?
Essay Topic 2
The underlying theme of slavery is the domination of one entity over another entity.
Part 1) How does slavery begin? Why has slavery existed in cultures around the world and throughout history?
Part 2) What are the various concepts of slavery? How do variations exist?
Part 3) How does your upbringing influence your thoughts and opinion on slavery?
Essay Topic 3
The development of freedom as a social value can be traced to five revolutions that occurred in Athens.
Part 1) Describe these five revolutions. Why did they take place?
Part 2) How did these revolutions affect the countries and city-states surrounding the revolutions? How do they affect U.S. policies today?
Part 3) What would our society be like if these revolutions had never taken place?
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