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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The rediscovered native culture is often what?
2. The authentic artists who wants to create something for his countrymen learns the importance of what?
3. The first phase for the native writers and artists is what?
(a) Creating a native culture
(b) Showing that the colonial culture has been absorbed
(c) Creating artistic pieces for colonial rulers
(d) Throwing off colonial rule
4. In the third phase of the rediscovery of native culture, the native artists attempts to do what?
(a) Use the colonial culture
(b) Have others abandon the native culture
(c) Emmigrate from the country
(d) Rouse others to fight the enemy
5. In the building of the new democracy, no one will be able to escape what?
6. What word does not describe the rediscovered native culture?
(a) Violent in expression
7. The post-colonial middle class begins to act as what?
(a) TV personalities
(b) Tourist guides
(d) Revolutionary leaders
8. The colonial middle class lacks what?
9. 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
10. Fanon suggests that American blacks had little in common with blacks from places like the Congo except for what?
(a) Their culture
(b) Their economic status
(c) Their slave status
(d) Their relation with whites
11. The post-colonial middle class has no understanding of what?
(a) Social movements
12. Colonialism has infused the native culture with what?
(a) The culture of the colonial country
(b) The culture of other native groups
(c) Distrust of anything new
(d) Fear of the past
13. How many marked phases of development are there for native poets and writers, according to Fanon?
14. Fanon argues that the post-colonial middle class identifies too closely with what group?
(a) The revolutionary leaders
(b) The colonial power's poor
(c) The corrupt bourgeoisie of the west
(d) The rural peasants
15. Where should the new government be seated?
(a) The largest city
(b) In the colonial nation
(c) A small city
(d) The country
Short Answer Questions
1. When farmland in Algeria was turned over to farm workers, how much did the output increase?
2. The political education of the masses must raise awareness of what?
3. The re-discovery of the indigenous culture helps reclaim what?
4. Every project undertaken by the government must respond to what?
5. Why does the national party begin to disintegrate?
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