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Anti-Irish racism: Quiz


Question 1: For instance the Fenian Raids in Canada or in ________ the so-called Manchester Martyrs and in more recent times during The Troubles various paramilitary attacks by the PIRA.
WalesUnited KingdomScotlandEngland

Question 2: A well known example of this is a tract entitled the Menace of the Irish Race to our Scottish Nationality, authored by the ________ in 1923.
Scottish ReformationHistory of ScotlandChurch of ScotlandScottish Episcopal Church

Question 3: An early example is the chronicler ________, who visited the island in the company of Prince John.
Baldwin of ExeterGerald of WalesBishop of St David'sRhys ap Gruffydd

Question 4: Catholics were particularly singled out, and indigenous ________ and mythological beliefs and customs were ridiculed.

Question 5: Similar to other immigrant populations, they were sometimes accused of ________, and subjected to misrepresentations of their religious and cultural beliefs.
GenocideSouth Africa under apartheidAnti-Irish racismCronyism

Question 6: Anti-Irish sentiment or Hibernophobia refer to a spectrum of hostile attitudes toward ________.
Northern IrelandIrelandGaelic IrelandIrish people

Question 7: Anti-Irish racism in Victorian Britain and 19th century United States included the stereotyping of the Irish as ________, and implications that they monopolized certain (usually low-paying) job markets.
AlcoholismAddictionBenzodiazepineDrug addiction

Question 8: [4] Nineteenth century Protestant American "Nativist" prejudice against Irish Catholics reached a peak in the mid-1850s with the ________, which tried to oust Catholics from public office.
Republican Party (United States)Green Party (United States)Democratic Party (United States)Know Nothing

Question 9: In 1155 the Papacy purportedly issued the papal bull ________ which granted Henry II's request to subdue Ireland and the Irish Church:
Anglo-Irish TreatyEnglandRoyal and Parliamentary Titles Act 1927Laudabiliter

Question 10: Negative English attitudes towards ________ and habits date as far back as the reign of Henry II and the Norman conquest of Ireland.
Northern IrelandRepublic of IrelandCulture of IrelandIrish people


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