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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Moraga, schools are controlled by the government which has no interest in informing students about a heritage which might conflict with mythologies about ______________ glorious history.
2. What does Moraga feel is artificial and a product of society?
(b) Social structure.
3. Octavio Paz makes a distinction between partners in ____________________.
(a) Any business venture.
(b) Any political campaign.
(c) Any competitive sport.
(d) Any sexual act.
4. According to Moraga, true progress for racial and ___________ progress is impossible as long as white, upper-class men permeate institutions.
5. What is the extreme goal of White Supremacists?
Short Answer Questions
1. In "Looking for the Insatiable Woman" who is La Mujer Llorena?
2. From what other institution can the women's movement learn?
3. In "Canto Florido" to what does Moraga liken words that are thought but never spoken?
4. In Chicana culture, men are considered to be __________________.
5. According to Moraga, one of the many problems of academia is its obsession with _______________.
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Moraga, how can the feminist movement be considered racist?
2. Why does Moraga believe it is vital for artists to continue to create art that reflects their own cultural identities?
3. What does Moraga feel is the source of the problems with primary education?
4. Who is La Mujer Llorena and what is her story?
5. What did Moraga learn about sexism from being raised a Chicana woman?
6. In "Out of Our Revolutionary Minds Toward a Pedagogy of Revolt," why does Moraga state that the educational system in America is flawed?
7. Why does Moraga say she originally assumed the role of chingon in sexual relations with women?
8. In "Canto Florido" to what does Moraga compare words that are never spoken?
9. What does Moraga say was one of the defining characteristics of the Civil Rights movement and why does that factor improve chances for success for any movement?
10. Why does Moraga feel the feminist movement may be doomed to failure?
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