The Alchemy of Race and Rights Test | Final Test - Easy

Patricia J. Williams
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How many times was the woman mentioned in Williams' story shot?
(a) Once.
(b) Four times.
(c) Twice.
(d) Three times.

2. What conference does Williams attend in Part III, Chapter 9?
(a) Sounds of Silence Conference.
(b) The NCCA conference.
(c) The African American rights conference.
(d) The ACLU conference.

3. How many times was the young African-American girl Williams talks about pregnant in Part IV, Chapter 12?
(a) 3 times.
(b) 4 times.
(c) 5 times.
(d) 2 times.

4. What show does Williams say she watched at the end of Part IV, Chapter 12?
(a) The People's Court.
(b) The Phil Donahue show.
(c) Oprah.
(d) The Dr, Phil show.

5. What does Williams say contract law implies?
(a) The idea of an illusory contract.
(b) Freedom can be limited.
(c) One person owning another.
(d) Ownership over goods.

6. What type of guerrilla acts did Williams fantasize about in Part IV, Chapter 10?
(a) Imprisonment of white women.
(b) Inseminating white women with black sperm.
(c) Slashed police car tires.
(d) Death of white lawyers.

7. What book does Williams say the reading group she was at read?
(a) And We Are Not Saved
(b) The Color Purple.
(c) We Are Saved.
(d) Uncle Tom's Cabin.

8. What did Williams need help with in Part III, Chapter 9?
(a) Dealing with racism.
(b) Making a point to her students.
(c) Grading her papers.
(d) Dealing with students.

9. Where was Williams briefly detained?
(a) South Carolina.
(b) California.
(c) New York.
(d) Alabama.

10. What happened to be white woman Williams read about in the paper?
(a) She was falsely imprisoned.
(b) She was given black sperm.
(c) She killed a man.
(d) She was killed.

11. What did Williams find herself upset by in the department store?
(a) A security guard.
(b) A singer.
(c) A white woman.
(d) A small dog.

12. Who does Williams say strongly supported Tawana Brawley?
(a) White police officers.
(b) The media.
(c) The black community.
(d) Lawyers.

13. What answer was Williams given by those she asked for help?
(a) That she couldn't get help.
(b) Thet she needed to file the proper paperwork.
(c) To laugh it off.
(d) That she was not faculty yet.

14. What did the Tawana Brawley case come to represent according to Williams?
(a) Injustice.
(b) Family violence.
(c) The plight of young women in the 1980's.
(d) Black manhood vs white justice.

15. What does Williams argue the show in the department store exhibited?
(a) Low wage workers struggling.
(b) A corrupted vision of the oppressed.
(c) Bad taste in music.
(d) Poor choice of writers.

Short Answer Questions

1. What case does Williams use to illustrate her point in Part IV, Chapter 10?

2. What was the profession of the owner of Williams great-great-grandmother according to Part IV, Chapter 12?

3. What did white men define under slavery?

4. Whose story does Williams mention in Part III, Chapter 7?

5. How much money did Gabel lend a sub-lessor?

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