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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. Why do some of these European Muslims hate the terrorists?
2. After moving to Oslo, Baum made sure he kept up with _________ issues.
3. Johan Galtung is a Scandinavian man and known as the "______________ of the international peace studies movement."
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. Anti-Americanism in Europe is so deep and intense that they often reminisce of what time?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is one reason given by the author for why Europe is so anti America?
2. How was the Dutch citizenry wiser than its government?
3. How do Western European nations feel about helping the poor?
4. Who was Pim Fortuyn? What were his beliefs?
5. What does the author say about the German government? What is Baum's response to this?
6. What did Hirsi want to do for Muslims?
7. What do many European authorities believe about Muslim attacks on Jews?
8. What was the establishment's response to the public's dislike of their constitution?
9. How does the author end the book?
10. What happened to London? What was Prime Minister Tony Blair's response? How was Europe affected by this?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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?
Essay Topic 2
Multiculturalism has not been successful in Europe.
Part 1) How has Europe attempted multiculturalism? Why has it not been successful at all, according to the author? Could it be successful? Why or why not?
Part 2) Has multiculturalism been successful in the U.S.? Why or why not? What can Europe and the U.S. learn from each other regarding multiculturalism?
Part 3) What can you do in your own community to promote multiculturalism? Explain.
Essay Topic 3
A Jew is never seen as being European.
Part 1) How are they seen? Why are they seen in this way? How has this affected Jewish life in Europe?
Part 2) How did the results of World War II aid in tolerance of Jews? Why is this tolerance fading, according to the author?
Part 3) How successful is multiculturalism in Europe? Why? How does this compare to multiculturalism in the U.S.?
This section contains 1,110 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)