Marxist IQ: Women and the fight for democracy and socialism (answers)

Marxist IQ: Women and the fight for democracy and socialism (answers)


1. Which of the following women were members of the International Workingmen’s Association or of the Paris Commune?


a. Nathalie Lemel
b. Victoria Woodhull
c. Louise Michel
d. All of the above



2. Like May Day in the 1890s, the establishment of an International Women’s Day grew out of a strike in


c. New York in 1909.



3. The Communist movement globally and the CPUSA specifically calls upon class-conscious male workers to


b. fight consciously against male chauvinism and supremacy in all working-class organizations and throughout society, in order to unite the working class, and develop its leadership in the fight for democracy.



4. Today, the movement for women’s equality can be seen fighting on many issues to regain lost ground and make new advances. Which of the following is not an example of this?


d. Support for U.S. interventions in Europe and Asia in the name of defending democracy and human rights



5. Which of the following women were leading members of the Communist Party?


a. Claudia Jones
b. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
c. Angela Davis
d. All of the above



Your score:
0 wrong: Theoretician. Write an article! Teach a class!!
1 wrong: Developed Marxist. Form a study group, join the party.
2 to 3 wrong: Developing Marxist. Keep studying and stay in the struggle!
4 to 5 wrong: Danger! deviations possible. study and then study some more lest you drift into the marsh of opportunism!