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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The post-colonial middle class expects to serve as the intermediary between which two groups?
(a) The UN and the native population
(b) International corporations and the native population
(c) Natives and the new colonial power
(d) International corporations and the colonial power

2. The re-discovery of the indigenous culture helps reclaim what?
(a) Wealth for the native
(b) Basic human dignity
(c) Technology advances
(d) Colonial knowledge

3. Why does the national party begin to disintegrate?
(a) It is no longer needed
(b) It becomes too much like the colonial power
(c) The colonial power forces it to
(d) It is cut off from the people

4. The post-colonial middle class has no understanding of what?
(a) Violence
(b) Culture
(c) Economics
(d) Social movements

5. Although former colonies have a potential unity, they also have what?
(a) Distinct identities apart from colonialism
(b) Distinct views on colonialism
(c) Distinct social problems
(d) Distinct types of exploitation

6. The native artist or writer discovers that their true vocation is to do what?
(a) Work in the government
(b) Create pieces for the colonialist
(c) Depict the contemporary real world
(d) Support colonialism

7. Fanon describes be-bop music as a music of what?
(a) Love
(b) Forgiveness
(c) Ballroom dancing
(d) Rebellion

8. What remains after colonialism ends?
(a) Loyalty to the colonial power
(b) National unity and equality
(c) The disparities of wealth
(d) Revolutionary violence

9. The conflicts in the country may cause the manifestations of what?
(a) Racial discrimination
(b) Individualism
(c) Pacifism
(d) Modernization

10. How do the colonialists respond to the first demands for equality and dignity?
(a) Concern about preventing massacres
(b) Feigned deep concern
(c) Disgust
(d) Relief that the natives want self-rule

11. The resuscitation of the native culture helps to rekindle what?
(a) Hope
(b) Apathy
(c) Poverty
(d) Wealth

12. American blacks discovered that culture is what type of phenomenon?
(a) National
(b) Global
(c) Individual
(d) Continental

13. What myth do the colonialists hold?
(a) That all was darkness before the Europeans arrived
(b) That the natives have added to European culture
(c) That the Europeans didn't add to the native culture
(d) That the natives have more civilization than the colonialists

14. Fanon suggests that blacks across the globe are seeking what?
(a) A single common identity
(b) A return of colonial culture
(c) Colonial rule
(d) Their own cultural tradition

15. The first phase for the native writers and artists is what?
(a) Creating artistic pieces for colonial rulers
(b) Creating a native culture
(c) Showing that the colonial culture has been absorbed
(d) Throwing off colonial rule

Short Answer Questions

1. The Arab world threw off which culture in the 1960s?

2. What the former colonized groups have in common is overshadowed by different what?

3. The farm workers come to know the value of what?

4. As the rebellion energizes the natives, they have to find new forms of what type of expression?

5. Why does Fanon believe that they should live in this location?

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