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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. In what field was Lenin's training?
(c) Political science.
2. How did Marx review Proudhon's book on private property?
(a) With a book of his own.
(b) With a hagiography.
(c) With a glowing, appreciative review.
(d) With a short, dismissive review.
3. What was Lassalle's relationship with the communists, according to Edmund Wilson's account?
(a) He was not accepted.
(b) He capitalized on their momentum.
(c) He worked closely with the communists, even though his goals were slightly different.
(d) He built his career around an alternative to socialism.
4. What did Marx and Engels combine with the goals of the utopian socialists?
(a) Goethe's theory of basic building blocks of life.
(b) Darwin's theory of evolution.
(c) Hegel's theory of organic development.
(d) Emerson's theory of self-reliance and consolation.
5. Who converted Engels in Cologne?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Marx and Engels see as the end of capitalism?
2. What did "The Condition of the Working Class in England" do for Marx?
3. What made Marx and Engels pioneers in their field?
4. How did Marx and Engels view their theory of history?
5. How did Trotsky try to influence the relationship between the Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks?
Short Essay Questions
1. What work did Engels have to finish after Marx died?
2. Describe Lenin's meeting with Trotsky.
3. Describe Lenin's relationship with his wife.
4. What are the ten points addressed in the Communist Manifesto?
5. How did Marx ultimately find Engels?
6. How did Marx approach the question of studying capitalism?
7. Describe Marx's relationship with Proudhon.
8. Why hadn't Marx and Engels thought that Russia would have the revolution they anticipated?
9. Where did Marx and Engels apply their theories?
10. How did the theory of dialectical materialism by Marx and Engels reflect Hegel's influence?
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