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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Norway stated that Bush was equal to whom?
(b) Tony Blair.
(d) George Washington.
2. The narrator believes that the European attitude has created what?
(a) A culture of uneducated and delusional men and women.
(b) A culture of ideological dualism.
(c) An imbalanced culture.
(d) A healthy culture.
3. On September 11th, 2001, the Narrator was in ________ and turned the TV on in time to see the second plane hit the World Trade Center.
4. Some who are actually European born have moved back to their native countries but continue to receive what?
(a) Letters from friends in Europe.
(b) Lessons in European culture.
(c) Encouragement to return to Europe.
(d) Welfare monies.
5. When does the Dutch government begin to take these isolated incidents seriously?
(a) After the attack on Madrid.
(b) After 9/11.
(c) Before 9/11.
(d) After the attack on London.
6. What was the name of this man's autobiography?
(a) My Muhammad.
(b) Allah, in My Own Words.
(c) In My Own Words.
(d) My Life.
7. The United States sees immigrants as assets to be integrated into the culture. How do Europeans view immigrants?
(a) As a waste of time.
(b) As upstanding citizens of society.
(c) As charity cases.
(d) As assets to the culture.
8. The narrator and his partner move to _____________________ on April 1, 1999.
(a) Stockholm, Sweden.
(b) Oslo, Norway.
(c) London, England.
(d) Paris, France.
9. Bush was whose puppet, according to some Europeans?
(a) His father's.
(c) The American people's.
(d) The Muslim's.
10. The similarities between Norwegians and the Dutch were ______________ their differences.
(a) More than.
(b) Similar to.
(c) Less than.
(d) The same as.
11. Why did Eastern Europeans support this?
(a) Their memories of Communism were still vivid and they understood the need to fight for freedom.
(b) They support decisions made and the ideas of Western Europe.
(c) They know they need the U.S.'s support.
(d) They do not like Americans.
12. Cultural walls are very high and they don't embrace even each other's pop culture as much as they do ___________ pop culture.
13. As the days went by, Europeans lashed out their sentiments against Americans, stating what?
(a) They deserved the attacks.
(b) They attacked themselves.
(c) They had brought the attacks upon themselves.
(d) They attacked the Muslims.
14. Those Muslims who live in Europe are constantly augmented by new immigrants from Arab countries, who re-infuse what?
(a) Enthusiasm for European ideals.
(b) Distrust in strict Islamci beliefs.
(c) Enthusiams for European pop culture.
(d) Enthusiasm for strict Islamic beliefs.
15. Immigrant Muslims take advantage of ________________________ of the European community.
(a) The liberal social spending.
(b) The poorly-run programs.
(c) The conservative spending.
(d) The wealth.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did this Muslim leader call 9/11?
2. What is the only reason that America cares about the "takeover" of Europe by Islamic fundamentalists?
3. What did this leader found?
4. According to Bawer, do countries such as Norway and Sweden assist new immigrants of non-white race to integrate into communities?
5. She argued that if Europe continues to do what, the result will be the "preservation of the migrant's separateness, particularisms," and reason for them to maintain the legal ideals of their countries of origin?
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