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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. Although former colonies have a potential unity, they also have what?
(a) Distinct types of exploitation
(b) Distinct social problems
(c) Distinct identities apart from colonialism
(d) Distinct views on colonialism
2. Every project undertaken by the government must respond to what?
(a) Building up capitalism
(b) Staying out of international trouble
(c) A real need of the people
(d) Reducing crime
3. Fanon argues that nations should nationalize what sector of the economy?
(a) The advertising sector
(b) The lower sector
(c) The intermediary sector
(d) The manufacturing sector
4. The reaching out of native intellectuals toward the native culture is an attempt to find what?
(a) Colonial heritage
(c) Violent revolution
5. Fanon suggests that the post-colonial government needs to be most concerned with what?
(a) The empowerment of its citizens
(b) Perpetuating the nation
(c) Reducing crime
(d) Its own profit
Short Answer Questions
1. What the former colonized groups have in common is overshadowed by different what?
2. The native artist or writer discovers that their true vocation is to do what?
3. Once the colonial power realizes that any reforms will not satisfy the natives, what does it do?
4. Modern Arabs cannot revive what?
5. The colonial middle class lacks what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What will the leader of the post-colonial revolution be like? What will the leader's aims be?
2. Why can't the new middle class expect to serve as the intermediary between international corporations and the native population?
3. What does Fanon say about the comparison between blacks in the United States with those in Africa? How are they similar and different?
4. How does the Arab world demonstrate the awaking of culture? What happened?
5. What should those who are about to throw of colonialism realize?
6. What is the rediscovered native culture like?
7. What does Fanon argue that the post-colonial society should do to make the nation different and better than under colonialism?
8. Why is a uniform national prosperity far from a reality?
9. According to Fanon, why is there a danger that national unity will disintegrate?
10. How does the discovery of one's own indigenous culture affect the artist or writers?
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