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. What element of the bargaining situation did Williams and Gabel discuss?
(a) What things are worth.
(b) Trust and distrust.
(c) The necessity for a contract.
(d) The legality of it.

2. What joke did Williams mother made about her being a lawyer?
(a) She could sue her.
(b) She was rich.
(c) She had it in her blood.
(d) She should bill her visit by the hour.

3. What does Williams say of the description of the "master-slave"?
(a) It was missundersttod.
(b) It was incomplete.
(c) It was accurate.
(d) It was still in effect.

4. How old was the young African-American girl Williams talks about in Part IV, Chapter 12?
(a) 18.
(b) 15.
(c) 12.
(d) 14.

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

6. What did Williams see on a street corner after dancing that she considered was worth mentioning?
(a) A street sign.
(b) A drunk policeman.
(c) An old black woman.
(d) An old black man.

7. What story did Williams' sister tell her when they met?
(a) A hostage case.
(b) A walk-through wake.
(c) A shooting nearby.
(d) The death of a friend.

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

9. What happens in the book Williams read to black women when they turned 27?
(a) They lost their professional skills.
(b) They married.
(c) They turned white.
(d) They died.

10. What did Williams and her colleague agree the market imposed in Part IV, Chapter 12?
(a) A conception of whites bestowing goods.
(b) Low prices.
(c) High credit rates.
(d) Low esteem in women.

11. What does Williams think triggered the Judge's mental breakdown?
(a) An overload of cases.
(b) Stress factors on black professional women.
(c) A killing in her courtroom.
(d) A particularly horrifying case.

12. What does the man in the story at the start of Part IV, Chapter 10 claim to be?
(a) Martin Luther King.
(b) The black reincarnation of Elvis
(c) A lawyer.
(d) President of the United States.

13. What did Williams realize during her discussion with Gabel about trust?
(a) Trust was good.
(b) Her race would prevent it from happening.
(c) She could not win the argument.
(d) She would never loan money.

14. What does Williams say nothing was in the city?
(a) Free.
(b) Cheap.
(c) Available fo African-Americans.
(d) Safe.

15. What does Williams say Gable's movement overlooked?
(a) Justice.
(b) Jurisprudence.
(c) Black experience.
(d) Prejudice.

Short Answer Questions

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

2. How old was Tawana Brawley in 1987?

3. What does Williams say the world hates?

4. Who did the black community fiercely criticize?

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

(see the answer keys)

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