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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. What does Rius attempt to do with these terms?
(a) Make them easier to understand.
(b) Alphabetize them.
(c) Organize them.
(d) Categorize them.
2. Rius believes the answer to number 6 is worth trying even when?
(a) If Rius fails.
(b) If Rius succeeds.
(c) If Rius makes a fool of himself.
(d) If Rius gives incorrect information.
3. What had Marx become now that Germany had expelled him?
(a) A stateless man.
(b) A worried man.
(c) A hated man.
(d) A poor man.
4. Marx was of which part of the spectrum between conservative and liberal?
(a) The far right.
(b) The conservative right.
(c) The Hegelian left bent.
(d) The Socialist left.
5. Does Rius pretend to be the ultimate Marx scholar?
Short Answer Questions
1. The author says that others might think that Marxism is being simplified down for whom?
2. On what did Engels write a piece for the "Annuals?"
3. The terms "the left" and "the right" were coined when?
4. Who was ruthlessly exploited?
5. What would eventually be an important work in world history?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do many people think of Rius' attempt to summarize Marxism?
2. What can be said about Marx's influence on the world?
3. Why is Marx important to the author?
4. Who is Frederick Engels?
5. How did Marx change while living in Paris?
6. What do many think of Marx's works? How did his works affect others?
7. How did Engels and Marx meet and become friends?
8. What does Rius think of his attempt to summarize Marxism?
9. For whom is this book written?
10. About whom is this book? Describe some background information about him.
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