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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 allows you to get more information across than wall scribbling?
(b) Knocking down walls.
(c) Wall postering.
2. What type of strikes can be a source of free furniture?
(a) School strikes.
(b) Civil service strikes.
(c) Lightening strikes.
(d) Furniture factory strikes.
3. What are two of the easiest STDs to pick up?
(a) Syph and Clap.
(b) Gon and Chlam.
(c) HIV and AIDS.
(d) Warts and fungus.
4. What is the maximum allowable range for a radio transmitter to not require an FCC license?
(a) Ten feet.
(b) Two miles.
(c) A half mile.
(d) One hundred yards.
5. What state gives out the most generous welfare benefits?
(d) New York.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who should you avoid freeloading from?
2. What percentage of a charity's funds go to fund the organization itself?
3. What can be used as fake marijuana?
4. What is yogurt?
5. What time of year has the highest competition for rental housing?
Short Essay Questions
1. What advice does Hoffman have for the operators of underground radio stations?
2. Describe the explosive process of a concussion bomb or similar explosive device.
3. How can one start an underground newspaper? What investments and expertise are required?
4. How important are political demonstrations and protests in the democratic system? Is violence always a part of public political expressions?
5. How do you feel about Abbie Hoffman's politics?
6. What does Hoffman recommend for free entertainment?
7. Describe the type of printing equipment that Hoffman explains for readers. How can this equipment be acquired cheaply? What equipment is best?
8. How does Hoffman recommend organizing for the purpose of free food? What benefits does this organization provide?
9. What does Hoffman say about the importance of a printing press? Why is it so important?
10. What kind of person was Abbie Hoffman? Was he a villain, a hero, or neither?
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