Question #1: True or False? Divesting can be defined as: the opposite of an investing, such as selling an asset to achieve either financial, social or political goals.

Question #2: In the section titled “Peace Is Every Step”, the recommended training includes:

Question #3: Which of the following answers is NOT one of the “3 Levels of Power” which people often use to get what they want?

Question #4: In South Africa (1907) Gandhi led Indian immigrants in a non-violent struggle for their rights, which were denied to them by who?

Question #5: Gandhi found that life persists in the midst of destruction, and therefore there must be a higher law than that of ________ ?

Question #6: The power of a King, Queen, or President, ultimately depends upon support from:

Question #7: In India in the 1930s, after Gandhi returned from South Africa, he and his followers adopted a strategy of refusing to cooperate with British Government. Which methods did they use to set India on a path to freedom?

Question #8: Which of the following “levels of Power” do spiritual masters like Christ, Krishna, and Buddha teach?

Question #9: True or False? Being an effective peace-worker requires that you have a university education in religious studies and conflict resolution.

Question #10: Holding the vision of a more peaceful world requires:

Question #11: The Zen Buddhist mindfulness training includes:

Question #12: Which American political party is best known for promoting the non-aggression principle?

Question #13: According to Gandhi, just as a scientist can work wonders by wise applications of the law of gravity, someone who applies the law of _______ can work even greater wonders.

Question #14: True or False? Almost all academic scholars agree that Human Nature is violent.

Question #15: Noncooperation and civil disobedience are like different branches of the same tree often called:

Question #16: Which one of these world religions teaches “the golden rule”?

Question #17: According to Jesus and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, a man cannot truly love his enemies without what?

Question #18: In the year 2000 the United Nations published a peace manifesto created by several Nobel Peace Prize winners but it was inspired by te life and work of who?