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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The second phase in the rediscovery of native culture is marked by what?
(a) Learning the colonial culture
(b) A demonstration that the colonial culture has been learned
(c) A cooptation of colonial culture
(d) A break from the colonial culture
2. The re-discovery of the indigenous culture helps reclaim what?
(a) Wealth for the native
(b) Colonial knowledge
(c) Basic human dignity
(d) Technology advances
3. Once the colonial power realizes that any reforms will not satisfy the natives, what does it do?
(a) Ignores the natives
(b) Leaves the country before violence can occur
(c) Gives more concessions to the natives
(d) Reacts with a reign of terror
4. Which group poses a particular challenge for the post-colonial society?
(b) The elderly
(c) Young people
(d) Loyal colonialists
5. The post-colonial middle class has no understanding of what?
(d) Social movements
6. Fanon suggests that those who refuse to get involved are what?
7. Which of the following is a former French colony?
(c) South Africa
8. An artistic renaissance often must be preceded by what?
(a) Burying the past
(b) Research into the pre-existing native culture
(c) Permission from the colonialists
(d) Abandoning the old way of doing things
9. What becomes an authoritarian bureaucracy to pass directives from top to bottom?
(a) The colonial power
(b) The rural peasants
(c) The middle class
(d) The national political party
10. What country installed a fascist government after its revolution?
(a) Puerto Rico
11. The native artist or writer discovers that their true vocation is to do what?
(a) Work in the government
(b) Depict the contemporary real world
(c) Support colonialism
(d) Create pieces for the colonialist
12. Why does the bourgeoisie demand the nationalization of the economy?
(a) To benefit from the corruption of the past regime
(b) To help the poor, rural peasants out of feudalism
(c) To strengthen the national consciousness
(d) For the good of all the people
13. Where should the new government be seated?
(a) A small city
(b) The largest city
(c) The country
(d) In the colonial nation
14. As the movement progresses, national consciousness begins to fall prey to what?
(b) Loyalty to the colonialists
(c) Demands from other countries
(d) Regional and tribal interests
15. The awareness of an earlier native culture helps justify the struggle for what?
(d) To be a colonial power
Short Answer Questions
1. In the third phase of the rediscovery of native culture, the native artists attempts to do what?
2. As the rebellion energizes the natives, they have to find new forms of what type of expression?
3. The authentic artist hopes to create something of value for whom?
4. Modern Arabs cannot revive what?
5. The colonial power treats the natives as what?
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