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Question 1: Rednecks is a song by ________, the lead-off track on his 1974 album Good Old Boys.
Randy Newman discographyRandy NewmanToy StoryRandy Newman (album)

Question 2: In Scotland in the 1640s the ________ rejected rule by bishops, often signing manifestos using their own blood.
Oliver CromwellEnglish Civil WarCovenanterIrish Confederate Wars

Question 3: Late 20th century writers ________ and Dave Foreman use "redneck" as a political call to mobilize poor rural white Southerners.
Edward AbbeyEarth First!Wendell BerryThe Monkey Wrench Gang

Question 4: bumper sticker was "Rednecks for Wilderness." ________, an urban leftist and social ecologist, objected strongly to Earth First!'s use of the term as "at the very least, insensitive."[9]
AnarchismMurray BookchinLibertarian socialismMarxism

Question 5: ________ singer Gretchen Wilson titled one of her songs "Redneck Woman" on her 2004 album Here for the Party.
BluesCountry musicAmerican folk musicJazz

Question 6: Johnny Russell was nominated for a ________ in 1973 for his recording of "Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer," parlaying the "common touch" into financial and critical success.
TEC AwardsMusic industryLatin Grammy AwardsGrammy Award

Question 7: In recent years, the comedy of Jeff Foxworthy, Ron White, ________, and Larry the Cable Guy have become popular through the "Blue Collar Comedy Tour" and Blue Collar TV.
Bill EngvallJohn CaparuloBlue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the RoadBlue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again

Question 8: [1] It is similar in meaning to Cracker (especially in Georgia and Florida), ________ (especially in Appalachia) and White trash (especially among blacks).
HillbillyBluegrass musicSpringfield, MissouriCountry music

Question 9: Cobb, a history professor at the ________, the redneck comedian "provided a rallying point for bourgeois and lower-class whites alike.
Georgia BulldogsUniversity of GeorgiaDamon EvansUga (mascot)

Question 10: Foxworthy's 1993 comedy album ________ cajoled listeners to evaluate their own behavior in the context of stereotypical redneck behavior, and resulted in more mainstream usage of the term.
Jimmy KimmelJeff FoxworthyDennis MillerJamie Foxx
















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