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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Rius plan on attempting to do the answer to number 21?
(a) By putting them in alphabetical order.
(b) By putting the terms into everyday language.
(c) By putting them into small, simplified groups.
(d) By putting them in large categories.
2. Can Rius cover all of these terms?
(a) Not likely.
3. For whom is this book?
(a) The average reader.
(b) The unintelligent.
(c) Educated Marxists.
4. Where were these terms located?
(a) In his text books.
(b) In his stories.
(c) In his plays.
(d) In his writings.
5. What does the author seem to think about his book?
(a) It is useful for those who are not knowledgeable about Marxism.
(b) It will be a good teaching tool for political science professors.
(c) It is sacrilege of important texts.
(d) It is helpful to Marxists.
6. Why was Jenny's father concerned about her marrying Marx?
(a) He was very wealthy and well-known.
(b) He had no money or work.
(c) He did not like Marx's ideas.
(d) He did not believe Marx loved his daughter.
7. What does Rius hope the reader will eventually do?
(a) Try to tackle Marx's actual works.
(b) Become a Marxist.
(c) Fight capitalism.
(d) Encourage communism.
8. Today, people could be divided into three different groups, according to Rius. What are these three groups?
(a) Those who hate Marx, those who really hate Marx, and those who do not want to even think of Marx.
(b) Those who hate Marx, those who love him, and those who do not know him.
(c) Those who love Marx, those who like Marx, and those who are unsure about Marx.
(d) Those who do not know Marx, those who study Marx, and those who are experts of Marxism.
9. How important was Hegel to Marx?
(a) He was somewhat important.
(b) He was not known by Marx.
(c) He was a big influence on Marx.
(d) He was not important to Marx.
10. Some of the things indirectly owed to Marx include what?
(a) Social Security, pensions, unions, and conservatives.
(b) Unions, scholarships, salaries, and political parties.
(c) The Republican Party, Social Security, pensions, and big business.
(d) Social Security, scholarships, pensions, and unions.
11. Marx was of which part of the spectrum between conservative and liberal?
(a) The far right.
(b) The conservative right.
(c) The Socialist left.
(d) The Hegelian left bent.
12. How many of Marx's five children die from lack of medication?
13. Where was Marx born?
(a) Geneva, Switzerland.
(b) Trevirorum, Germany.
(c) Frankfort, Germany.
(d) Munich, Germany.
14. What would eventually be an important work in world history?
(a) The Surrealist Manifesto.
(b) The Communist Manifesto.
(c) The Anarchist Manifesto.
(d) The Cartagena Manifesto.
15. What does this approach do for Rius?
(a) It makes him feel good about his work.
(b) It gives him an amount of credibility.
(c) It studying Marx more difficult.
(d) It gives him a chance to study Marx.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rius attempt to do with these terms?
2. What does Rius want to do regarding Marx?
3. How did Marx live for the rest of his life?
4. Did Marx's works receive wide acclaim during his lifetime?
5. Others would say that Marxist thought is what?
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