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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Fanon argues that the post-colonial middle class identifies too closely with what group?
(a) The corrupt bourgeoisie of the west
(b) The rural peasants
(c) The revolutionary leaders
(d) The colonial power's poor
2. The conflicts in the country may cause the manifestations of what?
(c) Racial discrimination
3. Why does the national party begin to disintegrate?
(a) The colonial power forces it to
(b) It is no longer needed
(c) It is cut off from the people
(d) It becomes too much like the colonial power
4. As the movement progresses, national consciousness begins to fall prey to what?
(a) Loyalty to the colonialists
(b) Regional and tribal interests
(c) Demands from other countries
5. Fanon says that the leaders of the party in an underdeveloped country should live where?
(a) The cities
(b) The suburbs
(c) The country
(d) The ghetto fringe
6. What does the middle class seek at any cost to avoid?
7. The first phase for the native writers and artists is what?
(a) Throwing off colonial rule
(b) Showing that the colonial culture has been absorbed
(c) Creating a native culture
(d) Creating artistic pieces for colonial rulers
8. The second phase in the rediscovery of native culture is marked by what?
(a) Learning the colonial culture
(b) A cooptation of colonial culture
(c) A demonstration that the colonial culture has been learned
(d) A break from the colonial culture
9. What is the only path to unity according to Fanon?
(a) The voluntary exit of the colonial group from the rural areas
(b) The acceptance of the colonial power by the natives
(c) The growth of naitve-on-native violence
(d) The coordinated push of the people to reach their goals
10. Why does Fanon believe that they should live in this location?
(a) To make the most money
(b) To give in to the colonialists
(c) To stay in touch with the people
(d) To protect themselves
11. There can be no hope for the spread of African culture devoid of the struggle for what?
(a) Utopian societies
(b) Liberation from colonialism
(c) Western influence
(d) Greater power
12. Fanon suggests that those who refuse to get involved are what?
13. Fanon suggests that the post-colonial government needs to be most concerned with what?
(a) The empowerment of its citizens
(b) Its own profit
(c) Reducing crime
(d) Perpetuating the nation
14. The awareness of an earlier native culture helps justify the struggle for what?
(a) To be a colonial power
15. What does the middle class demand from the farm workers?
(a) More dedication to the colonial power
(b) More revolutionary feelings
(c) More work and output
(d) More sacrifice for the nation
Short Answer Questions
1. Fanon describes be-bop music as a music of what?
2. What myth do the colonialists hold?
3. In the third phase of the rediscovery of native culture, the native artists attempts to do what?
4. Fanon argues that the national unity may disintegrate into what type of conflicts?
5. The native artist or writer discovers that their true vocation is to do what?
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