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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the section titled "Ecole Polytechnique" refer to in regards to the changes made in Europe in the 1800s?
(a) Class struggles.
(b) Economic policy.
(c) The textile industry.
(d) The education system.
2. What higher education institutes does the author discuss the creation of in Chapter 13?
3. What were the higher education institutes discussed in Chapter 13 made for?
4. What is the name of the girl who was used as a public image for European workers?
5. What does the author say the class warfare and conflict management in Europe is part of?
(c) The modern condition.
6. What did Victor Hugo often use as an archetype as a hero?
(a) A soldier.
(b) A nobleman.
(c) A beggar.
(d) A peasant.
7. What is the name of the female boheme novelist with a man's name?
(a) Alexander Dumas.
(b) Howard Eiland.
(c) Kevin McLaughlin.
(d) George Sands.
8. What does the author say the improvement of the education system took students beyond?
(a) The limits of their parent's knowledge.
(b) To propose new theories.
(c) To discover new things.
(d) To genius level.
9. What is the name of the artist that the author discusses in Chapter 10?
(b) Alexander Dumas.
(c) Victor Hugo.
(d) Friedrich Nietzsche.
10. What does the author say was an unfortunate cultural reaction associated with shortage of economic policy?
(d) Residential rioting.
11. What is the title of Chapter 9 of the book?
(a) First Sketches.
(b) Streetfighting in Munich.
(d) Urban Myth.
12. What trait did Fourier give to those he deemed butterflies in his schema?
13. What races does the author say Fourier disliked?
(a) Jews and Frenchmen.
(b) Jews and Englishmen.
(c) Germans and Russians.
(d) Russians and Frenchmen.
14. What was Fourier's main theoretical contribution that humans were?
(d) Passionate machines.
15. Who might be the most interested in reading Chapter 14 given its subject matter?
(a) Those passionately interested.
(b) Those uninterested.
(c) Those looking for an overview.
(d) Those mildly interested.
Short Answer Questions
1. What two nations does the author discuss regarding them as Continental Europe's major nations in Chapter 8?
2. How might the author's overall appearance be described?
3. What does the author credit as a commonplace phenomenon in Chapter 10?
4. What is an integral and necessary part of the whole book according to Chapter 13?
5. How many people does the author say that Dumas's work gained employment thanks to him?
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