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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. How many commercials is the average Amerikan exposed to every day?
2. What type of strikes can be a source of free furniture?
(a) Lightening strikes.
(b) Civil service strikes.
(c) School strikes.
(d) Furniture factory strikes.
3. What is the best source of information in a hip community?
(a) Underground websites.
(b) Underground newspaper.
(c) Underground railway stations.
(d) Underground markets.
4. What is one of the 'neatest' ways to travel for free?
(a) Stowing away on ships.
5. What percentage of a charity's funds go to fund the organization itself?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is at the center of the star on the flag?
2. What country has a lot of free land available?
3. How many points are on the star in the flag of 'our nation?'
4. What can you sew onto a t-shirt to aid in stealing?
5. What allows you to get more information across than wall scribbling?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the explosive process of a concussion bomb or similar explosive device.
2. Why were the 1960's such an important time in the cultural history of the world?
3. Should Abbie Hoffman be held legally responsible for the actions of his readers if they follow his teachings literally and break the law?
4. What do you think the New Nation described by Hoffman would look like? Is it possible to achieve?
5. Has reading STEAL THIS BOOK changed your view of politics and the democratic system?
6. How do you feel about Abbie Hoffman's politics?
7. How can one start an underground newspaper? What investments and expertise are required?
8. What advice does Hoffman have for the layout of an underground paper?
9. How have politics and mainstream society changed since Hoffman's day?
10. What would happen if everyone followed the advice of STEAL THIS BOOK? What contradictions have you noticed?
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