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Chicano nationalism: Quiz


Question 1: While there were nationalistic aspects of the ________ of the 1960s and 1970s, the Movement tended to emphasize civil rights and political and social inclusion rather than nationalism.
Mexican AmericanMEChAUnited Farm WorkersChicano Movement

Question 2: Chicano nationalism is the ethnic nationalist ideology of ________.
Mexican AmericanChicanoChicano MovementLa Raza

Question 3: Once we are committed to the idea and philosophy of El Plan de Aztlán, we can only conclude that social, economic, cultural, and political independence is the only road to total liberation from oppression, ________, and racism.
MarxismExploitationCapital accumulationCapitalism

Question 4: [3] This group of laws and policies, known as ________, lasted until the 1950s, and fall under the concept of official segregation.
Jim Crow lawsRedliningBlack Codes (United States)Racial segregation

Question 5: Violence and discrimination against ________ continued into the 1950s and 1960s.
Mexican AmericanHispanic and Latino AmericansLos AngelesSacramento, California

Question 6: The concept of Chicano nationalism is perhaps best articulated in the 1968 Plan Espiritual de Aztlán, generally considered the ________ of the Chicano Movement.
Art manifestoManifestoParty platformKarl Marx

Question 7: Mexican Americans, some of whom began calling themselves "________" as a symbol of ethnic pride, also began to uncover their history and critically analyze what they learned in public schools.
Chicano MovementLa RazaUnited Farm WorkersChicano

Question 8: This article is part of the series
________ and Mexican Americans
United Farm WorkersLa RazaChicano MovementChicano

Question 9: As the Aztecs are central to the conquest and history of Mexico, the use of the word took on the added dimension of the reclamation of an indigenous heritage as part of the ________ process.
CyprusNon-Aligned MovementDecolonizationPhilippines

Question 10: El Plan commits all levels of Chicano society - the barrio, the campo, the ranchero, the writer, the ________, the worker, the professional - to La Causa."
TeacherUnited StatesCollegeEducation

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