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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 much money in free phone calls was made from New York City in 1969?
(a) Ten million dollars.
(b) Five million dollars.
(c) Twenty million dollars.
(d) One million dollars.
2. Who's Register of Companies, Directors and Executives does Hoffman recommend?
3. According to Hoffman, what can few police officers read?
(a) A book without having to use a dictionary.
(b) The Constitution.
(c) A driver's license.
4. Which door is the best to use for sneaking into a theater?
(a) Front door.
(b) Fire exit.
(c) Employee entrance.
(d) Loading bay door.
5. What religion of people hold particularly good parties for stealing food from?
Short Answer Questions
1. What destination does Hoffman recommend for a free vacation?
2. What should every movement have?
3. What is farmland measured in?
4. What is a common disease in the hip community?
5. What allows you to get more information across than wall scribbling?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Hoffman, what is the best way to steal? Is this still true today?
2. How does Hoffman instruct readers to direct property damage?
3. What advice does Hoffman have for the layout of an underground paper?
4. How does Hoffman tell readers they should view the government and participate in the democratic process?
5. Describe the type of printing equipment that Hoffman explains for readers. How can this equipment be acquired cheaply? What equipment is best?
6. Should Abbie Hoffman be held legally responsible for the actions of his readers if they follow his teachings literally and break the law?
7. What kind of person was Abbie Hoffman? Was he a villain, a hero, or neither?
8. How can the mass power of people be used to disrupt utilities and government?
9. What advice does Hoffman have for organizing a demonstration?
10. What happened in the People's Park in Berkeley, 1969?
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