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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. Why is the advantage in the hands of the colonialists when violence does occur?
(a) They are smarter
(b) Their military might
(c) They know the land better
(d) They have the ideal of freedom on their side
2. According to Fanon, what will be swept away in the first spontaneous rush of hope?
(b) Fear of death
(c) Colonial rule
(d) Ancient feuds
3. Fanon advises the post-colonial societies to abandon the route of what?
(a) Social justice
4. When the native become discontent with the settlers' society, what does the native rediscover?
(a) The strengths of the government
(b) The strengths of migration
(c) The strengths of his own culture
(d) The strengths of the settlers' society
5. Rebel leaders are called upon to articulate a clear what?
(a) Religious doctrine
(c) National vision
Short Answer Questions
1. Political parties may be inexperienced at organizing what?
2. Where do the rebel leaders flee when they are harassed and threatened?
3. What must the native do to reclaim his humanity?
4. The mass killings of natives by settlers happen because of what?
5. The natives realize that they have been what by colonialism?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do the rebel leaders flee to the countryside? What happens to the movement?
2. How does the revolution begin?
3. What is the colonial system like for native peoples?
4. What is colonization, according to Fanon? What are the effects of colonization?
5. Why does native-on-native violence increase?
6. What are the earliest stages of the rebellion like?
7. Who tries to block or resist the native/rebel, according to Fanon?
8. Why are the lumpenproletariat so important for the revolutionary movement?
9. How does Frantz Fanon's approach differ from Martin Luther King's?
10. How is the colonialist likely to react after the initial period of euphoria? Give an example from the reading of the reaction.
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