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Patricia J. Williams
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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. Who was the woman in Williams story shot by?
(a) An African American.
(b) A drug addict.
(c) A escaped felon.
(d) A police officer.

2. Why does Williams say she did not have the same relationship to law than Gabel who was a white male?
(a) She had a good attorney.
(b) She was a "dangerous" black woman.
(c) She was a woman.
(d) She was a lawyer.

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

4. What did Williams say transported white tourists to another world?
(a) Large boats.
(b) Loud music.
(c) Good food.
(d) Black people dancing in New Orleans.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What type of guerrilla acts did Williams fantasize about in Part IV, Chapter 10?

2. What does Williams say of the description of the "master-slave"?

3. What does Williams say Gable's movement overlooked?

4. What does Williams say happened to black women because of professionalism?

5. What joke did Williams mother made about her being a lawyer?

Short Essay Questions

1. What was the terrible dream that Williams describes?

2. Who was Tawana Brawley and what happened to her in 1987?

3. Who was Eleanor Bumpurs and what happened to her in 1984?

4. How did Williams see the master-slave description?

5. What did Williams complain about a fashion show and what did her friend insist in Part IV, Chapter 11?

6. What did Williams relate to her own sense of personal power?

7. What did Williams believe about New Orleans?

8. What did Williams see about slavery and family?

9. What analogy does Williams use to describe sterilization?

10. What hypothetical situation regarding insemination did Williams raise and why?

(see the answer keys)

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