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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. What did American black militants refer to the process of the colonialist bourgeoisie calling for non-violence and for the native to come to a reconciliation?
(b) Peaceful negotiation
(c) Selling out
2. Who helped the British colonial forces drive back young Kenyans?
(a) United States foreign aid workers
(b) Kenyan elders
(c) Russian forces
(d) Christian missionaries
3. In indulging in the "fraternal bloodbath," the native distracts itself from confronting what?
(a) The colonialist powers
(b) The effects of colonization
(c) Their own inferiority
(d) The futility of the situation
4. Which of the following is a weapon used by the natives in the rebellion in Madagascar?
(b) Machine gun
(d) Nuclear bomb
5. Wise rebel leaders recognize the importance of what?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the most spontaneous and explosive force for the revolution found?
2. Which major nations recognized the importance of peace during the Cold War?
3. Why is the advantage in the hands of the colonialists when violence does occur?
4. Colonialists will try to drive wedges between different groups of natives based on differences in tribal affiliation, ethnic differences and what?
5. What does Fanon attribute the wealth and progress of Europe to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What actions do the leaders of the movement need to do in order to keep the movement going?
2. How can the people of Africa avoid the disintegration of national unity and the threat from the bourgeoisie?
3. Why is the colonizing nation not interested in violence against the native peoples?
4. What is the biggest mistake that rebel political movements make in underdeveloped countries? Why?
5. Why is a uniform national prosperity far from a reality?
6. How can nations bypass the problems that may occur after the revolution?
7. Why does the colonial power implement programs and reforms? What should the rebels realize about these?
8. What happens to the national political party and the militants who started the revolution?
9. What problems did the young Algerian man suffer from? What did he do that resulted in his hospital stay?
10. What will the leader of the post-colonial revolution be like? What will the leader's aims be?
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