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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 Tutu, the ANC was not merely ______________.
(a) A black movement.
(b) Mandela's movement.
(c) A communist party.
(d) A capitalist opposer.
2. What foreign leader's extradition did Tutu say he supported?
3. What was put in place after the presidential election of 1994?
(a) A new elite guard.
(b) A new constitution.
(c) A new parliament.
(d) A new army.
4. Who composed the ANC as of 1994?
(a) A large coalition of political groups.
(b) Two ethnic groups.
(c) One thousand people.
(d) One black and one white party.
5. What does Tutu say happened to black people injured on the side of the road when an ambulance for whites arrived in the story he recounted?
(a) They were ignored.
(b) They were killed.
(c) They were helped.
(d) They were run over.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Tutu state the ANC was not exempt of in 1994?
2. Tutu alerted the Anglican Communion of ______________.
3. Why does Tutu assert Mandela had enormous credibility?
4. What other approach, beside trials, does Tutu believe was not the right one either?
5. What board was in charge of reassigning members of the same family based on their color according to Tutu?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Tutu argue when he reproduces a statement from Judge Mohamed?
2. What happened on the first day of TRC hearings?
3. What did Tutu argue about dehumanization according to "Chapter Three, In the Fullness of Time"?
4. What was Archbishop Tutu chosen to head up when he was about to go on sabbatical in "Chapter Five, Up and Running?"
5. What did TRC have to constantly emphasize?
6. Why couldn't Tutu support blanket amnesty?
7. What did the TRC have to focus on? How was it defined?
8. Why was the commission humbled?
9. Why does Tutu say the South Africans stood tall?
10. Why was December 15 significant ? How was it transformed?
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