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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 1, I'm Black, You're White, Who's Innocent?, Race and Power in an Era of Blame.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was Steele's editor for The Content of Our Character?
(a) Bill Thomas.
(b) Bill White.
(c) Bob Jones.
(d) Tom Smith.
2. Which of the following is the 'greatest barrier to black progress', according to Steele?
3. What did an old professor of Steele's say?
(a) 'Education is key.'
(b) 'Ideas themselves come a dime a dozen.'
(c) 'Charity begins at home.'
(d) 'Practice what you preach.'
4. What did Steele say is the driving force when one gives utmost attention to race?
5. At the beginning of Chapter 1, how many of his friends was Steele sipping chardonnay with?
Short Answer Questions
1. Steele stated that although some of his life experiences may be different from other races, what is true?
2. What did Steele learn about himself when writing The Content of Our Character?
3. How did Steele say Bill Cosby deals with the feeling of powerlessness?
4. What did Steele say about the main problem between races in America?
5. What did Steele say of the president mentioned in Chapter 1?
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