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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of people are not welcome in Washington at the time of writing?
(a) Stupid people.
(b) Patriotic people.
(c) Educated people.
(d) Opinionated people.
2. What was the 'sappy woman' about to have?
(b) A fit.
(c) A baby.
(d) A party.
3. How often does Gil have sex?
(a) Once a week.
(b) Once a year.
(d) Once a day.
4. Whose line of Democratic tradition does Kurt belong to?
(a) Richard Herbert Nixon.
(b) John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
(c) Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
(d) Bill Clinton.
5. How old is Kurt's house in Sagaponack, Long Island?
(a) Nearly 280 years old.
(b) Nearly 300 years old.
(c) Nearly 140 years old.
(d) Nearly 500 years old.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the time of writing, what is the only way to learn what is going on?
2. When did Abbie Hoffman die?
3. According to Kurt, where did napalm come from?
4. Who is Kurt's hero?
5. By what ratio do guessers outnumber non-guessers?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Kurt think the suicide rate of slave owners was higher than the suicide rate of slaves?
2. According to Kurt, what has his children's generation inherited?
3. What does Kurt say about the value of books?
4. What does Kurt say the book is about?
5. What does Kurt say about guessing?
6. How does Kurt feel about his Uncle Alex? What did he learn from him?
7. What is the main theme in Mark Twain's "The Mysterious Stranger?" Do you agree?
8. How does Kurt feel about the Bush administration and the way it gained power?
9. How does Kurt feel about Jesus?
10. What advice does Kurt give the woman hoping to have a baby?
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