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Unlike Rousseau and Jefferson, who maintain that government resus from a social contract or from

Question

1 of 15

Unlike Rousseau and Jefferson, who maintain that government resus from a social contract or from

the consent of the governed, ____________ and ____________ claim that government (and all other social institutions) resus from class struggles in which seeks to economically dominate all others.

Nellie Wong; Emma Goldman

Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels

Karl Marx; Charles Mills

Friedrich Engels; Albert Camus

2 of 15

In an argument for more freedom for teachers in the classroom, ____________ examines the fundamental concepts of democracy and contends that democracy represents the best means of social interaction.

Thomas Jefferson

John Dewey

Nellie Wong

Friedrich Engels

3 of 15

Allen uses the term ____________ to refer to Native American systems of government that fuse pluralistic democracy with a recognition of the central importance of the power of women.

democratic

matriarchal

phallocratic

gynocratic

4 of 15

Gandhi expresses the principles behind his method of resistance with the term ____________, which does not involve violence of any kind. He stresses that this is not passive resistance because a person must make an active decision to resist.

ahimsa

wu wei

Mitakuye Oyasin

satyagraha

5 of 15

____________ writes that a government’s legitimacy comes from the consent of the people being governed.

Thomas Jefferson

Friedrich Engels

Charles Mills

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

6 of 15

Thoreau advised that whenever a government engages in any activity that violates the dictates of conscience, citizens are morally required to make sure they don’t directly or indirectly support the actions of that government. This is referred to as ____________.

tautology

autonomy

anarchism

civil disobedience

7 of 15

____________ argues that contemporary ideals of freedom and tolerance are derived from the pluralistic democracies of Native Americans and not from European models.

bell hooks

Emma Goldman

Paula Gunn Allen

Nellie Wong

8 of 15

____________ argues that whenever a government engages in any activity that violates the dictates of conscience, the legitimacy of that government is necessarily suspect.

bell hooks

Emma Goldman

Henry David Thoreau

Stokely Carmichael

9 of 15

____________ contends that human solidarity resus from the struggle for individual freedom.

John Stuart Mill

Albert Camus

Mohandas Gandhi

Martin Luther King, Jr.

10 of 15

Rousseau contends that ____________ is the means by which humans form social institutions in order to assure their survival.

democracy

autonomy

the racial contract

the social contract

11 of 15

According to Wong, ____________ feminism is the only vehicle for resolving the problems of race, sex, sexual preference, and class struggle that pervade modern society.

socialist

radical

religious

moderate

12 of 15

According to Dewey, ____________ is a way of life, not just a form of government.

patriarchy

autonomy

democracy

tautology

13 of 15

Socrates tells Crito that the obligation to ____________ is greater than any other obligation, including the obligation to one’s family.

morality

God

society

knowledge

14 of 15

____________ argues that, because all forms of government are founded on violence, they are harmful and wrong; they should be abolished, to make way for a new society that recognizes unrestricted individual liberty.

bell hooks

Emma Goldman

Henry David Thoreau

Stokely Carmichael

15 of 15

Unlike Martin Luther King, Jr., Stokely Carmichael does not consider ____________ to be an effective method of gaining equal rights and reversing the effects of racism.

intuition

democracy

tautology

nonviolence

Philosophy