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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 does Williams say Gable's movement overlooked?
(c) Black experience.
2. 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 esteem in women.
(d) Low prices.
3. What does Williams say of the description of the "master-slave"?
(a) It was incomplete.
(b) It was missundersttod.
(c) It was accurate.
(d) It was still in effect.
4. What answer was Williams given by those she asked for help?
(a) Thet she needed to file the proper paperwork.
(b) To laugh it off.
(c) That she couldn't get help.
(d) That she was not faculty yet.
5. What was Williams doing at the start of Part IV, Chapter 10?
(b) Reading a book.
(c) Grading papers.
(d) Watching television.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was Williams briefly detained?
2. What did white men define under slavery?
3. What does Williams wonder whether a white man would ever do at the start of Part IV, Chapter 10?
4. What does Williams say nothing was in the city?
5. What type of patients were being housed in the hospital Williams' godmother died in?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did some of the other faculty tell Williams when she complained about racism in Part III, Chapter 9?
2. What did Williams think Tawana's case illustrated?
3. What story does Williams share of being detained?
4. What did many members of the African American community think about Brawley?
5. What does the Critical Legal Studies movement emphasize?
6. In Part IV, Chapter 10, what question did a story of Elvis raise for Williams?
7. Who was Peter Gabel according to Part III, Chapter 8?
8. What did Williams realize about the bargaining situation?
9. Who was Eleanor Bumpurs and what happened to her in 1984?
10. What did Williams see about slavery and family?
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