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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 birth of a new order can only come from what according to Fanon?
(a) Giving up all violence
(b) The disintegration of the colonialist structure
(c) A new ruler in the colonialist structure
(d) The oppression of the natives
2. Colonialists will try to drive wedges between different groups of natives based on differences in tribal affiliation, ethnic differences and what?
(b) Home ownership
3. Where is the most spontaneous and explosive force for the revolution found?
(a) The ghetto fringes of the cities
(b) The government buildings
(c) The colonial nation
(d) The colonialists' mansions
4. Why do the criminal acts by natives against natives rise?
(a) The settlers force them to commit these acts
(b) To spite the white settlers
(c) They vent their frustrations on one another
(d) To hurt other people
5. Where do the rebel leaders flee when they are harassed and threatened?
(a) The countryside
(c) The colonial nation
(d) Neighboring countries
Short Answer Questions
1. As the native population approaches the stage of decolonization, Fanon argues that they go through a phase of what when they think of the task of throwing off the colonial power?
2. Fanon states that what cannot sustain the revolution?
3. Fanon suggests that the act of colonization is accompanied by what?
4. According to Fanon, what will be swept away in the first spontaneous rush of hope?
5. Why is the advantage in the hands of the colonialists when violence does occur?
Short Essay Questions
1. What should the natives remember about any concessions that they are offered?
2. How is the colonialist bourgeoisie aided by religion?
3. How does Fanon believe that dance relates to the oppression of colonialism?
4. Why do the rebel leaders flee to the countryside? What happens to the movement?
5. Where is the most spontaneous and explosive force for the revolution found, according to Fanon? Why is this?
6. What is colonization, according to Fanon? What are the effects of colonization?
7. What obstacle do rebel leaders face in contacting the rural peasants about the movement? Why is it there?
8. What happens as the native approaches the stage of decolonization?
9. How do the colonial powers try to combat the revolution?
10. Who tries to block or resist the native/rebel, according to Fanon?
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