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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 did humans split into when they climbed from the primordial ooze?
(a) Good and bad
(b) Black and white
(c) Male and female
(d) Muslims and Christians
2. Who does Cleaver write letters to in this chapter?
(a) Malcolm X
(b) Lauren Hill
(c) President Kennedy
(d) Beverly Axelrod
3. Who does Cleaver address in this chapter?
(a) The world
(b) All black women
(d) All white women
4. What does Cleaver say Kennedy's assassination created?
(a) The Summer of Love
(b) A larger than life hero
(d) An angry public
5. What city is Watts in?
(b) Los Angeles
(c) New York
(d) San Francisco
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cleaver say a black man was willing to do for his white master?
2. What does the black man say the white man wants the black man to be?
3. What war does Cleaver talk about in this chapter?
4. Which of the following does Cleaver say people will be able to live without in a utopia?
5. What does Cleaver say the American public sees South Vietnam as?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Cleaver call his fellow prisoners eunuchs?
2. What does Cleaver think is the only way to guarantee black security?
3. What happened to the elderly man's childhood friend?
4. What does Cleaver think threatens the Negro revolution?
5. Why does Cleaver think black men need to see themselves as strong?
6. Why does Cleaver think things like the twist have become so influential?
7. Why does Cleaver think President Johnson opposes sit-ins and teach-ins?
8. What does Cleaver think Americans think of themselves collectively?
9. How does Cleaver think humankind began?
10. Summarize the final chapter.
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