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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The indigenous people value what according to Fanon?
2. 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?
3. Colonization robs the native of what?
4. The natives realize that they have been what by colonialism?
5. The settlers believe the natives are incapable of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What situations or obstacles may threaten the movement? Why?
2. How does the revolution begin?
3. How does Fanon believe that dance relates to the oppression of colonialism?
4. What political route does Fanon encourage post-colonial societies to take instead of capitalism? Why?
5. What is the colonial system like for native peoples?
6. Who tries to block or resist the native/rebel, according to Fanon?
7. What should the natives remember about any concessions that they are offered?
8. What obstacle do rebel leaders face in contacting the rural peasants about the movement? Why is it there?
9. How does Frantz Fanon's approach differ from Martin Luther King's?
10. Why is educating and indoctrinating the groups that have joined the rebellion important?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why do natives form rebellions or revolutions against colonial societies? What factors influence the development of revolutionary movements? Do you agree or disagree with their reasoning? Why?
Essay Topic 2
Why does Fanon argue that the political education of the people is important? Do you agree or disagree with his argument? Why? Do you think political education is important in countries that haven't experienced colonialism?
Essay Topic 3
What factors pose a threat to the revolutionary movement? What obstacles does the movement have to overcome in order to be successful? Why do these factors or obstacles present a problem for the movement?
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