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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After World War II, how did Europeans feel over what happened to the Jews?
(c) Angry and embarrassed.
(d) Guilty and shameful.
2. Britain Home Secretary David Plunkett proposed a bill that would make it illegal to do what?
(a) Immigrate into the country.
(b) Stir up religious hatred.
(c) Practice Islam.
(d) Bother Muslims.
3. Did the people want to accept the terms of the constitution?
4. One reason why Europe is so anti-American is because America is a _____________ that has succeeded against their social democracy.
(c) Conservative democracy.
(d) Liberal democracy.
5. Europeans have developed a deep nostalgia for the "good old days of ________________."
(a) Soviet Communism.
(b) The world being flat.
(d) Colonial America.
6. Prime Minister __________ had had enough.
(a) Dag Terje Andersen.
(b) Niceto Alcalá-Zamora.
(c) Nicolas Sarkozy.
(d) Tony Blair.
7. Pim Fortuyn, born in 1948, was the leader of what movement in Europe?
(a) The pro-Israeli.
(b) The anti-Islamization.
(c) The pro-Islamization.
(d) The anti-American.
8. Even after September 11th, Europe continued to believe what?
(a) Fight terrorism around the world.
(b) They should fear the Muslims and prepare for an attack in Europe.
(c) Islamic terrorism had nothing to do with them, and that the biggest threats to peace are America and Israel.
(d) They were safe from attack, because they did not allow terrorists into their countries.
9. What system does this country have that is impeccable?
(a) Governmental system.
(b) Welfare system.
(c) Education system.
(d) Military system.
10. Galtung has received numerous awards and honorary degrees and has held several jobs with international agencies. He is the one that introduced the idea that all international conflict can be settled through what?
11. Hirsi spoke how many languages with great ease?
12. The Spaniards were convinced, especially by the attacks, that Aznar was to blame for the bombings because he had gotten too close to whom?
(a) Great Britain.
(b) Bill Clinton.
(c) The Muslims.
(d) George Bush.
13. He also believes that America's readiness to do what makes it the biggest threat to world peace and the most dangerous terrorist?
(a) Make peace with the Arab world.
(b) Ignore problems.
(c) Fight against tyranny.
(d) Blame others.
14. The American style economy is a danger to them because of what reason?
(a) Its success means the end of European wealth.
(b) Its success means the U.S. will be the most powerful nation on the planet.
(c) Its success threatens their economy in that Europe's people may want to shift to American style economy.
(d) Its success threatens their economy in that European nations will lose power.
15. The Dutch still believe that __________ is a possible ideal, despite the fact that it does not work.
(a) Affirmative action.
(b) Separate but equal.
(d) A melting pot society.
Short Answer Questions
1. There is also a common passivity among those that witness what attacks on Jews?
2. While the media and the establishment condemned the action, many Europeans, including more than ________ percent of Norwegians supported it showing that the common people wanted to preserve their liberty and have their voices heard.
3. Weeks after the film debut, what happened to its director?
4. Some nations, like ____________, embraced their Jews during the second World War, and stood up against the German Army who tried beating down doors to get their hands on the Jews.
5. Is a Jew ever seen as being a European?
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