Question #1: 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? Boycotts & Civil Dispobedience Assasinating Their Political Enemies Spreading False Rumors and Negative Propoganda Suicide Bombings Question #2: 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? Chuang Tzu Jimmy Carter Boris Yeltzin Thich Nhat Hanh 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? Force Barganing Unconditional Love Spreading False Rumors Question #4: Holding the vision of a more peaceful world requires: My determination to monitor where I focus my attention. My commitment to doing what's right, even when it might be painful. My ability to act out of true choice and not just to react out of habit. All of the above. Question #5: According to Jesus and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, a man cannot truly love his enemies without what? Religious Experiences Forgiveness Scientific Breakthroughs Punishing Wrongdoing Question #6: 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. True False Question #7: Gandhi found that life persists in the midst of destruction, and therefore there must be a higher law than that of ________ ? Destruction Resistance Destiny God Question #8: In South Africa (1907) Gandhi led Indian immigrants in a non-violent struggle for their rights, which were denied to them by who? Native Locals The Taliban White Rulers Chinese Merchants Question #9: True or False? Being an effective peace-worker requires that you have a university education in religious studies and conflict resolution. True False Question #10: In the section titled “Peace Is Every Step”, the recommended training includes: Reverence For Life Confesssion of Sins Studying Economics Hatha Yoga Postures Question #11: Which of the following “levels of Power” do spiritual masters like Christ, Krishna, and Buddha teach? Force Bargaining Threats of Violence Unconditional Love Question #12: Which one of these world religions teaches “the golden rule”? Hinduism Jainism Islam Satanism Zoroastrian All of the above and more 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. Resistance Attraction Polarity Love Question #14: The power of a King, Queen, or President, ultimately depends upon support from: Transnational Corporations The Navy The Common People The United Nations Question #15: True or False? Almost all academic scholars agree that Human Nature is violent. True False Question #16: The Zen Buddhist mindfulness training includes: Awareness of Suffering Dwelling Happyily in the Moment Dealing With Anger All of the Above Question #17: Noncooperation and civil disobedience are like different branches of the same tree often called: Sepultura Shekinah Satyagraha Shalom Question #18: Which American political party is best known for promoting the non-aggression principle? Green Party Republican Party Democratic Party Libertarian Party Socialist Party CONGRATULATIONS! YOU PASSED THE EXAM OOPS! NOT ENOUGH CORRECT ANSWERS. PLEASE TRY AGAIN.