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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Fanon advises the post-colonial societies to abandon the route of what?
(c) Social justice
2. Fanon suggests that any concessions offered are a result of what?
(a) A desire to give the natives power
(b) The native struggle
(d) The benevolence of the colonists
3. What sustains the rebel cause?
(a) Fear and apathy
(b) Love and peace
(c) Power and greed
(d) Determination and courage
4. How will the colonists react to the rebel actions?
(a) Concede more governmental representation
(b) Give up and go home
(c) Retreat until they can regroup
(d) Militaristic action
5. What tactic did the rebel leaders in Angola turn it after the savage counter-attack?
(b) Non-violent protests
(c) Guerrilla warfare
(d) Nuclear attack
Short Answer Questions
1. The psychiatrist says that the native-on-native violence is a form of what?
2. What was the rebellion in Kenya called?
3. Colonization robs the native of what?
4. The indigenous people value what according to Fanon?
5. Why do the criminal acts by natives against natives rise?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is educating and indoctrinating the groups that have joined the rebellion important?
2. Why do the colonial powers seek to create a divide between the rural and urban areas?
3. What is the biggest mistake that rebel political movements make in underdeveloped countries? Why?
4. How does Frantz Fanon's approach differ from Martin Luther King's?
5. What happens as the native approaches the stage of decolonization?
6. What are the earliest stages of the rebellion like?
7. Where is the most spontaneous and explosive force for the revolution found, according to Fanon? Why is this?
8. How does Fanon believe that dance relates to the oppression of colonialism?
9. Why does native-on-native violence increase?
10. What is the colonial system like for native peoples?
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