Mid-Book Test - Hard
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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. Norway stated that Bush was equal to whom?
2. How do Americans view history?
3. What are young Islamics taught about non-Muslims?
4. Europeans want to ignore __________ to prevent war.
5. The Norwegians were heavily populated with what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Do Europeans embrace each other's cultures?
2. What is the European view of the world?
3. Describe the exploitation of the Western welfare states' generosity.
4. What did many Europeans believe about George Bush?
5. What happened with the European Union tried to get its constitution out?
6. Why is the European media so different from the media in the U.S.?
7. Why do Europeans want to avoid war? How does this desire affect them?
8. What did Denmark do for its Jews during World War II?
9. Who fought the norm in Denmark? What were the results of their actions?
10. How are Muslims a problem in schools?
Essay Topic 1
Europe is Anti-American.
Part 1) Why does the author say this? What proof does he give? Is this valid? Why or why not?
Part 2) How do Americans feel about Europeans? Is this negative feeling mutual? Why or why not?
Part 3) How will these negative feelings affect relations in the future? Use the text to support your response.
Essay Topic 2
European countries are using Muslims to get rid of the Jews.
Part 1) Why does the author believe this? How are the Muslims getting rid of the Jews, according to the author?
Part 2) Why would the rest of Europe want this? How does this compare to American sentiments regarding other races?
Part 3) What does the author believe will be the end result of these actions? How does he support his beliefs? Do you agree? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
The writer never felt more like an American until 9/11.
Part 1) Why did he feel this way? How did his view of the U.S. change from the time he moved to Europe until this day?
Part 2) How did the view of many Europeans regarding this tragedy compare to the author's? Why? What does this say about both the author and the Europeans?
Part 3) What other events might have changed the European perspective on 9/11? Why?
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