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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. The author does not make a generalization toward ___________.
(a) Young black men.
(b) Older black men.
(c) White women.
(d) White people.
2. What does the author reject in order to transcend his own anger?
3. What is the answer to the question, "Whose boy are you?"
(a) My father's.
(c) Jesus Christ.
4. What must all Americans work to transcend?
(b) Mythological creatures.
(c) Tyrannical forces.
(d) Hatred and Mythologies.
5. Where is Harlem located?
(b) New York City.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Elijah Muhammad claim to receive from Allah?
2. The book is termed as many things except which?
3. Which country rules over India, as the author describes?
4. What does the author say about white and black people and the achievement of true identity?
5. What is there a reference to at the end of the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What parallel does the author draw about Elijah Muhammad and Christian preachers?
2. What is it that the author becomes irritated by during the dinner at Elijah Muhammad's house?
3. What is different about the plea in section one versus the plea in section three?
4. What does the author claim that black people must do to accept reality?
5. What is the destiny of black people according to the Nation of Islam?
6. What are the conditions for true prosperity, growth and reconciliation?
7. Describe the context in which the author uses the term "inability".
8. Describe the story of Noah and the flood.
9. Describe the parallel that the author makes regarding black Americans.
10. What does the author believe about the cultural revolution sought by the Nation of Islam?
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