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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 is the maximum allowable range for a radio transmitter to not require an FCC license?
(a) A half mile.
(b) Ten feet.
(c) Two miles.
(d) One hundred yards.
2. What type of suspension is preferable on a boxcar?
(c) Torsion beam.
(d) Pneumatic press.
3. What country has a lot of free land available?
4. According to Hoffman, what drugs should be avoided?
(a) Cocaine and LSD.
(b) All drugs.
(c) Marijuana and hash.
(d) Speed and heroin.
5. What can you sew onto a t-shirt to aid in stealing?
(a) An anarchy symbol.
(b) A plastic bag.
(c) Psychedelic designs to draw attention away from your hands.
(d) A health inspector's emblem.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of person is a good friend to have at the docks?
2. What is the most effective foreign coin to use as a substitute for a quarter?
3. What is at the center of the star on the flag?
4. Where can one obtain free, or 'dirt cheap,' blueprints and information?
5. How many points are on the star in the flag of 'our nation?'
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Hoffman instruct readers to direct property damage?
2. What advice does Hoffman have for the operators of underground radio stations?
3. How can one start an underground newspaper? What investments and expertise are required?
4. What should the publishers of radical high school newspapers be aware of?
5. How does Hoffman feel about the use of violence for achieving political goals?
6. What does Hoffman say about advertising?
7. How do you feel about Abbie Hoffman's politics?
8. What legal advice does Hoffman have for those arrested?
9. Do you think that the publication of STEAL THIS BOOK was ultimately a positive or negative event in the history of freedom of expression?
10. Has reading STEAL THIS BOOK changed your view of politics and the democratic system?
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