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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 Tutu state was forcibly segregated?
(a) The black part of Cape Town.
(b) East London.
(d) The cosmopolitan part of Cape Town.
2. When were the black people of South Africa allowed to vote for the first time according to "Chapter One, The Prelude"?
(a) April 27, 1994.
(b) March 28, 1994.
(c) April 17, 1994.
(d) April 27, 1994.
3. Who asked Tutu to head the Truth and Reconciliation Commission?
(a) The United Nations.
(c) Tutu volunteered.
(d) The President of the United States.
4. What does Tutu say of the whites that came forward to the TRC?
(a) They were remarkable.
(b) They were scared.
(c) They were cowards.
(d) They were coerced.
5. Where did the former segregationists live in 1994 according to Tutu?
(a) In Europe.
(b) In South America.
(c) In Mozambique.
(d) Still in South Africa.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did many people see the TRC doing?
2. Who was the chief of the Inkatha Freedom Party in 1994?
3. What prime minister rescinded the ban of political organization like the ANC?
4. Why was the TRC center in Eastern Cape?
5. What did people fear would happen on the day of the first election that allowed black people to vote?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did TRC have to constantly emphasize?
2. What was significant about May 10?
3. What postscript does the Constitution contain?
4. What happened on the first day of TRC hearings?
5. What would no one admit to according to "Chapter Two, Nuremberg or National Amnesia? A Third Way"?
6. What did the Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act specify?
7. What did Tutu argue about dehumanization according to "Chapter Three, In the Fullness of Time"?
8. How does Nelson Mandela impress many?
9. What was the Sharpeville Massacre? When did it occur?
10. What realization dawned on the citizens according to Tutu?
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