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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 rebel movement may rely on what in the urban areas?
(a) Labor unions
(c) Upper class
(d) Government officials
2. The natives realize that they have been what by colonialism?
(a) Ignored and forgotten
(b) Given better lives
(c) Cheated and exploited
(d) Taken on a ride
3. Who was the colonial power in Angola?
4. What will the initial period of euphoria be replaced with?
(a) Colonialist reaction
(b) A retreat by the rebels
(d) The death of colonial rule
5. The birth of a new order can only come from what according to Fanon?
(a) Giving up all violence
(b) A new ruler in the colonialist structure
(c) The oppression of the natives
(d) The disintegration of the colonialist structure
Short Answer Questions
1. What tactic did the rebel leaders in Angola turn it after the savage counter-attack?
2. In indulging in the "fraternal bloodbath," the native distracts itself from confronting what?
3. What does Fanon call the rural people?
4. National revolutionary political parties usually show what toward rural peasants?
5. What was the rebellion in Kenya called?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the revolution begin?
2. What should the natives remember about any concessions that they are offered?
3. Why do the colonial powers seek to create a divide between the rural and urban areas?
4. How does Frantz Fanon's approach differ from Martin Luther King's?
5. Why is the colonizing nation not interested in violence against the native peoples?
6. What actions do the leaders of the movement need to do in order to keep the movement going?
7. What are the earliest stages of the rebellion like?
8. What is the biggest mistake that rebel political movements make in underdeveloped countries? Why?
9. How is the colonialist likely to react after the initial period of euphoria? Give an example from the reading of the reaction.
10. What happens as the native approaches the stage of decolonization?
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