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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. Colonialism has infused the native culture with what?
(a) Fear of the past
(b) The culture of the colonial country
(c) The culture of other native groups
(d) Distrust of anything new
2. The new middle class that occurs is what, according to Fanon?
(a) Unhappy with their position
(d) Loyal to the colonialists
3. The second phase in the rediscovery of native culture is marked by what?
(a) A demonstration that the colonial culture has been learned
(b) A break from the colonial culture
(c) Learning the colonial culture
(d) A cooptation of colonial culture
4. What is the only path to unity according to Fanon?
(a) The growth of naitve-on-native violence
(b) The coordinated push of the people to reach their goals
(c) The acceptance of the colonial power by the natives
(d) The voluntary exit of the colonial group from the rural areas
5. When farmland in Algeria was turned over to farm workers, how much did the output increase?
(a) It stayed the same
(b) It decreased by ten percent
Short Answer Questions
1. As the rebellion energizes the natives, they have to find new forms of what type of expression?
2. Why does the national party begin to disintegrate?
3. What is it important for those who are about to throw off colonialism to realize?
4. Fanon suggests that the post-colonial government needs to be most concerned with what?
5. What becomes an authoritarian bureaucracy to pass directives from top to bottom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the three phases of the culture's development by poets and writers?
2. What does Fanon say about the comparison between blacks in the United States with those in Africa? How are they similar and different?
3. What is the new petty bourgeoisie like?
4. How does the new middle class treat the farm workers?
5. What does Fanon argue that the post-colonial society should do to make the nation different and better than under colonialism?
6. How can the people of Africa avoid the disintegration of national unity and the threat from the bourgeoisie?
7. What should those who are about to throw of colonialism realize?
8. What do the colonialists believe about natives? How do they view the natives?
9. What things threaten the delicate veneer of national consciousness?
10. Why is a uniform national prosperity far from a reality?
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