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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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
2. The first phase for the native writers and artists is what?
(a) Showing that the colonial culture has been absorbed
(b) Creating a native culture
(c) Creating artistic pieces for colonial rulers
(d) Throwing off colonial rule
3. In the post-colonial world, citizens should be less concerned with royalty and more concerned with what, according to Fanon?
4. What spreads within the stagnant regime?
5. What remains after colonialism ends?
(a) Revolutionary violence
(b) National unity and equality
(c) The disparities of wealth
(d) Loyalty to the colonial power
6. Every project undertaken by the government must respond to what?
(a) A real need of the people
(b) Building up capitalism
(c) Staying out of international trouble
(d) Reducing crime
7. Fanon suggests that American blacks had little in common with blacks from places like the Congo except for what?
(a) Their relation with whites
(b) Their slave status
(c) Their culture
(d) Their economic status
8. Fanon argues that the national unity may disintegrate into what type of conflicts?
9. The search for an authentic Arab identify found its political articulation in what?
(a) The European Union
(b) The UN
(c) The Arab League
10. Which of the following is a former French colony?
(a) South Africa
11. What myth do the colonialists hold?
(a) That the natives have more civilization than the colonialists
(b) That all was darkness before the Europeans arrived
(c) That the natives have added to European culture
(d) That the Europeans didn't add to the native culture
12. Which group poses a particular challenge for the post-colonial society?
(a) Young people
(c) Loyal colonialists
(d) The elderly
13. How do the colonialists respond to the first demands for equality and dignity?
(a) Feigned deep concern
(b) Concern about preventing massacres
(c) Relief that the natives want self-rule
14. What does the middle class demand from the farm workers?
(a) More work and output
(b) More revolutionary feelings
(c) More sacrifice for the nation
(d) More dedication to the colonial power
15. Fanon suggests that blacks across the globe are seeking what?
(a) A return of colonial culture
(b) Colonial rule
(c) A single common identity
(d) Their own cultural tradition
Short Answer Questions
1. The re-discovery of the indigenous culture helps reclaim what?
2. The colonial power treats the natives as what?
3. Fanon proposes that programs and services for youth be attached to what department?
4. The conflicts in the country may cause the manifestations of what?
5. What word does not describe the rediscovered native culture?
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