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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What caused the violence at Beida to abate?
(a) Major contenders had been imprisoned.
(b) Most of the student body had gone.
(c) Urgent directives to promote "big alliances."
(d) Mutual agreement.
2. Why did Zhou Enlai not order the helicopter carrying Lin Biao's co-conspirators shot down?
(a) He wanted the conspirators imprisoned.
(b) He wanted survivors to tell what happened.
(c) He was part of the conspiracy himself.
(d) He sympathized with Lin Biao.
3. What was the Red Guard?
(a) A department of the army.
(b) A group of counter-revolutionary students.
(c) A group of revolutionary students.
(d) A civilian militia.
4. Why was Yue Daiyun disheartened by her first teaching assignment at the cadre school in Liyuzhou?
(a) She was set up as a good example.
(b) She was not to be a good example, but a warning.
(c) The students were at a low level of preparation.
(d) The students were disinterested and rude.
5. What were the "three separations" believed to plague university education?
(a) Separation of the university from practice, politics, and manual labor.
(b) Separation of the university from worldwide educational networks.
(c) Separation of the university from business, diplomacy, and international relations.
(d) Separation of the university from China's cultural heritage throughout three centuries.
6. In what area was Tang Shuang gifted?
7. With what did Chairman Mao aim to replace Confucianism?
8. What was Yue Daiyun required to do for six months of the year in 1975?
(a) Make bricks.
(b) Work in the library.
(c) Build houses.
(d) Help with the wheat harvest.
9. Why was Lao Tang endangered by the arrest of the Gang of Four?
(a) The Gang of Four had turned against him.
(b) The Gang of Four would identify Lao Tang as a dissident.
(c) The Gang of Four had been Lao Tang's only supporters.
(d) The Gang of Four had supported him and they were now imprisoned.
10. What were the "five-same-thing" teachers to do?
(a) Eat, live, sleep, study and reform thoughts with the students.
(b) Develop posters, eat, study, reform thoughts, and labor with the students.
(c) Eat, live, labor, study, and reform thoughts with the students.
(d) Sleep, study, reform thoughts, eat and compose poetry with the students.
11. Which two Beida groups refused to give ground and cooperate?
(a) Administrators and Nie Yuanzi.
(b) New Beida and Jinggang Mountain.
(c) Students and teachers.
(d) Jinggang Mountain and Nie Yuanzi.
12. Why was Tang Dan disillusioned with her work in Dedu county?
(a) Her efforts had been unappreciated.
(b) Money had been embezzled.
(c) Peasants had been mistreated.
(d) Mismanagement had caused poor crop yields.
13. Why was Yue Daiyun able to save money during her months in Liyuzhou?
(a) There was nothing available to buy.
(b) She earned her regular salary, but was not allowed to spend it.
(c) She was a good money manager.
(d) She received retroactive pay.
14. What group refused to obey Chairman Mao's directive to continue education?
(a) High school teachers and administrators.
(b) High school and university students.
(c) University teachers.
(d) University administrators.
15. What is the "red and expert way"?
(a) Scholarly work that serves the goals of politics.
(b) Sharing scholarly ideals with others.
(c) Scholarly work to point out political errors.
(d) Scholarly work for its own sake.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chinese belief, what do physical cataclysms often foretell?
2. What did Tang Dan want to do for the Jinggang Mountain students?
3. What honorific assignment did Lao Tang receive in 1973?
4. What shocked Yue Daiyun upon her return to Beida?
5. What two groups did Yue Daiyun believe would restore order to China in 1968?
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