MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)  How can we draw on world systems theory to explain the exploitation of Native Americans by European invaders? 1) ______
  A)  It emphasizes how parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability.
  B)  It suggests the mechanisms that allow languages and culture to be forgotten.
  C)  Social structure is best understood in terms of conflict between competing groups.
  D)  The global economy can be seen as dividing between nations that control wealth and those that provide natural resources and labor.

2)  The relocation of all Eastern tribes across the Mississippi River is 2) ______
  A)  called the Trail of Tears.
  B)  an example of genocide.
  C)  called the Ghost Dance.
  D)  an example of a millenarian movement.

3)  The Sioux Ghost Dance is an example of 3) ______
  A)  relocation.
  B)  reorganization.
  C)  a millenarian movement.
  D)  genocide.

4)  Why do sociologists refer to Native Americans' plight as an example of internal colonialism? 4) ______
  A)  The U.S. government treated the Native Americans like colonial subjects.
  B)  The tribes established their own governments.
  C)  Many motivated Native Americans pursued urban jobs under the Employment Assistance Program.
  D)  all of these

5)  Fish-ins, among Native Americans, are examples of 5) ______
  A)  pan-Indianism.
  B)  protest.
  C)  assimilation.
  D)  millenarian movements.

6)  To what does the derisive term Uncle Tomahawks refer? 6) ______
  A)  Native Americans who support pan-Indianism.
  B)  Native Americans who return to the reservations after working and living in urban centers.
  C)  Native Americans who protest government interference.
  D)  Native Americans who sympathize with the Bureau of Indian Affairs,

7)  Which of the following statements is true regarding the ideals of pan-Indianism? 7) ______
  A)  It represents all tribes equally.
  B)  Some efforts, such as the Iroquois federation and the Plains Ghost Dance, were successful.
  C)  It promotes cooperation with government agencies and White neighbors.
  D)  all of these

8)  The Allotment Act was based on which of the following principles? 8) ______
  A)  fusion
  B)  pluralism
  C)  assimilation
  D)  relocation

9)  The Termination Act of 1953 9) ______
  A)  ended reservation residents' tax immunity.
  B)  resulted in the withdrawal of basic services such as road repair and medical care.
  C)  provided funding for basic health care services.
  D)  was a policy favored by Native Americans to gain greater self-governance.

10)  The Employment Assistance Program 10) ______
  A)  resulted in a Native American version of brain drain.
  B)  was much more successful in its objectives than any previous program.
  C)  succeeded in urbanizing Native Americans.
  D)  encouraged a return to federally funded reservation employment.