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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Colonialism's practice of putting all black people into a single category attempts to extinguish what?
(a) Their hope
(b) Their repression
(c) Their country
(d) Their individuality
2. The second phase in the rediscovery of native culture is marked by what?
(a) A cooptation of colonial culture
(b) A demonstration that the colonial culture has been learned
(c) A break from the colonial culture
(d) Learning the colonial culture
3. The conflicts in the country may cause the manifestations of what?
(a) Racial discrimination
4. The true native art begins to grow when the artist address whom?
(a) The colonial society
(b) His own people
(c) The intellectual elites
(d) The bourgeoisie
5. The colonial middle class lacks what?
6. Why does the bourgeoisie demand the nationalization of the economy?
(a) To benefit from the corruption of the past regime
(b) To strengthen the national consciousness
(c) For the good of all the people
(d) To help the poor, rural peasants out of feudalism
7. The authentic artists who wants to create something for his countrymen learns the importance of what?
8. What is it important for those who are about to throw off colonialism to realize?
(a) Their forbears gave up in the fight
(b) Their forbears did the best they could to resist colonialism
(c) The colonial power will never be fully defeated
(d) The colonial power will regroup and be back
9. When farmland in Algeria was turned over to farm workers, how much did the output increase?
(c) It stayed the same
(d) It decreased by ten percent
10. As the movement progresses, national consciousness begins to fall prey to what?
(a) Loyalty to the colonialists
(c) Demands from other countries
(d) Regional and tribal interests
11. The post-colonial middle class begins to act as what?
(b) TV personalities
(c) Revolutionary leaders
(d) Tourist guides
12. How should the post-colonial nation avoid the open hostility between the masses and those in power?
(a) Bypass the rise of the bourgeoisie
(b) Supress the masses
(c) Leave the colonial power in control
(d) Give the power to the bourgeoisie
13. The resuscitation of the native culture helps to rekindle what?
14. How many marked phases of development are there for native poets and writers, according to Fanon?
15. The political education of the masses must raise awareness of what?
(a) The equality in the nation
(b) The corruption in the nation
(c) The colonial power
(d) That the future is their own
Short Answer Questions
1. Fanon describes be-bop music as a music of what?
2. The farm workers come to know the value of what?
3. The first phase for the native writers and artists is what?
4. Fanon suggests that the post-colonial government needs to be most concerned with what?
5. What type of music was a reaction to colonialism after WWII?
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