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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. A renewed effort on England's part was borne from what?
2. Gandhi once considered converting to Christianity but could not reconcile himself to what fact?
3. When did India wins its independence?
4. What did temples do for the untouchables?
5. These officials had gone over documents covering what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why could Gandhi not convert to Christianity?
2. Describe Gandhi's ashram.
3. What happened that led to violence and arrests on August 9th?
4. How was Gandhi affected when WWII broke out?
5. What took place in March of 1946?
6. What took place in September of 1946?
7. Did Gandhi win India's freedom? How was he treated when he returned home?
8. How did Gandhi feels about the first agreement? What happened after he gave his response regarding this agreement?
9. What took place in August of 1946?
10. Where did Gandhi and his son go in August of 1931?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Prejudice is strong in South Africa.
Part 1) Describe prejudice in South Africa. How does it compare to prejudice in other parts of the world at the turn of the century and the twentieth century?
Part 2) Why is prejudice so strong in South Africa? How does this affect Gandhi? How does this affect others in South Africa?
Part 3) What prejudice do you face in your own life? How do you deal with this?
Essay Topic 2
Two incidences change Gandhi forever.
Part 1) What are these two incidences? Why do these incidences so greatly impact Gandhi?
Part 2) How do the world events during Gandhi's life, as a whole, impact him, his philosophy, and his actions?
Part 3) What incidences in your own life have impacted you? Why? How do they compare to incidences in Gandhi's life?
Essay Topic 3
Gandhi's personal life is not as successful as his public life.
Part 1) Describe his personal life. Why is it not as successful as his public life? How might he feel about this? Why?
Part 2) Could Gandhi have had a more balanced life and still have been successful? Why or why not?
Part 3) Is it possible for public figures to have healthy personal lives and be successful in their public agendas? Why or why not?
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