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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. Where can one obtain free, or 'dirt cheap,' blueprints and information?
(a) Government Printing Office.
(b) Libraries on housecleaning day.
(c) Record clubs.
(d) BPOs Inc.
2. What allows you to get more information across than wall scribbling?
(b) Knocking down walls.
(c) Wall postering.
3. What is it important to do before 'pulling a big rip off' at a grocery store?
(a) Bottle it.
(b) Case it.
(c) Box it.
(d) Bag it.
4. Who's Register of Companies, Directors and Executives does Hoffman recommend?
5. What is farmland measured in?
(a) Square feet.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Hoffman, what is the only reason you should be in college?
2. At the time of writing, what is the value of a stolen airline ticket around the world?
3. What should women never go grocery shopping without?
4. What characteristic of subway system cards is it important to note?
5. What religion of people hold particularly good parties for stealing food from?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Hoffman's flag and the importance behind it. Do you agree?
2. What would happen if everyone followed the advice of STEAL THIS BOOK? What contradictions have you noticed?
3. What do you think the New Nation described by Hoffman would look like? Is it possible to achieve?
4. What advice does Hoffman have for the layout of an underground paper?
5. What do you feel is the role of the state in providing for its people? How is this issue dealt with in STEAL THIS BOOK?
6. What do you think about violence during political demonstrations, protests, and rallies?
7. What does Hoffman say about the importance of a printing press? Why is it so important?
8. How does Hoffman recommend organizing for the purpose of free food? What benefits does this organization provide?
9. What does Hoffman recommend for free food in LIBERATE?
10. What kind of person was Abbie Hoffman? Was he a villain, a hero, or neither?
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