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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. 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.
2. What was the major trend in Western Europe?
3. Who were the weakest people in the Netherlands?
4. After 9/11 Muslims in ___________ applauded the attacks, celebrating in the streets and calling on a holy war of their society as well.
5. European Muslims, the ones who were against terrorism, had to do what in order to help?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Germany's economy.
2. What did Hirsi write? Describe this.
3. Why did Baum want to keep up with Dutch issues?
4. What happened in Madrid? How did people react to this?
5. What happened in Denmark after the 9/11 attacks? How did the Prime Minister deal with this?
6. What happened with the European Union tried to get its constitution out?
7. Why might it be a problem if Europe wanted to switch to an American style economy?
8. How do Western European nations feel about helping the poor?
9. What happened to Van Gogh? How did others react to this?
10. How did Germany begin to deal with immigration?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
A class is inevitable between the radical Muslims and liberal Europeans.
Part 1) Describe the radical Muslims and liberal Europeans. Why does the narrator believe a clash is inevitable?
Part 2) Have clashes already occurred? If so, when and why? If not, why not? How has the U.S. clashed with radical Muslims? Why?
Part 3) What might this clash do to Europe? How will this clash affect Americans?
Essay Topic 3
Olaf Gersemann tried to break the stereotype that Europeans had towards Americans.
Part 1) How does he go about trying to break this? Why does he try to break this stereotype? How does he benefit from ti?
Part 2) Is he successful at breaking the stereotype? Why or why not? What stereotype do Americans have of Europeans? Why?
Part 3) What stereotypes do you witness in your own life? Are these accurate? Why or why not? Can they be broken? Why or why not?
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