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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. The native settler may believe that who will punish the transgressor of social norms?
(b) Native rulers
(d) The UN
2. Who do the national revolutionary political parties assume are too bogged down for the message of liberation?
(a) Urban individuals
(b) Colonial powers
(c) Intellectual elites
(d) Rural peasants
3. Which of the following words describes the colonial society according to Fannon?
4. The settlers believe the natives are incapable of what?
5. Why does the colonizing nation have no interest in violence with native peoples?
(a) They consume goods imported from the colonizing country.
(b) The colonizing country knows that they will be defeated in battle.
(c) The colonizing nation relies on the government of the native peoples.
(d) The colonizing country has the natives best interest at heart.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which major nations recognized the importance of peace during the Cold War?
2. The psychiatrist says that the native-on-native violence is a form of what?
3. The rebel movement may rely on what in the urban areas?
4. Fanon argues that the suppressed anger of the natives will turn to what?
5. What does Fanon call the rural people?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the biggest mistake that rebel political movements make in underdeveloped countries? Why?
2. What is colonization, according to Fanon? What are the effects of colonization?
3. What is the colonial system like for native peoples?
4. Why is the colonizing nation not interested in violence against the native peoples?
5. Why do the rebel leaders flee to the countryside? What happens to the movement?
6. How is the colonialist likely to react after the initial period of euphoria? Give an example from the reading of the reaction.
7. What should the natives remember about any concessions that they are offered?
8. Why are the lumpenproletariat so important for the revolutionary movement?
9. Why does native-on-native violence increase?
10. What situations or obstacles may threaten the movement? Why?
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