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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where was Tang first subjected to racial prejudice?
(a) In school.
(b) In Europe.
(c) During the war.
(d) In America.
2. Why did the guards forget to feed Tang and the other prisoners in the police headquarters for a couple of days in Chapter 11?
(a) They were celebrating the Tet Mau Than, the lunar new year.
(b) The food had run out.
(c) The men were rioting.
(d) There was an army attack on the headquarters.
3. When Tang was arrested in Chapter 10, what was he accused of?
(a) Conspiring to assassinate the president.
(b) Being a Communist Party member.
(c) Being head of the NLF.
(d) Being too wealthly.
4. What was the official name of the Vietnamese Communist Party?
(a) Lao Dong.
(b) To Cong.
(c) Tran Buu.
(d) National Liberation Front.
5. Who did Tang's wife end up bribing in order to get Tang transferred to the national police headquarters?
(a) The butcher.
(b) Ba Tra.
(c) Prime Minister Quat.
6. What was one of the main tenets of Tang's manifesto for the self-determination movement?
(a) People living in villages would move to the mountains.
(b) Ho Chi Minh would be allowed to lead North and South Vietnam.
(c) Henry Cabot Lodge should resign from office.
(d) America should not intervene in Vietnam.
7. What was Chi Hoa?
(a) A political meeting place.
(b) Tang's wife's name.
(c) A prison.
(d) Tang's sugar company.
8. What did Tang do upon receiving his second draft notice?
(a) He showed up for active duty.
(b) He escaped to England.
(c) He joined the national navy.
(d) He reacquainted himself with Ho Chi Minh.
9. What is meant by the "Three Kingdoms"?
(a) The story behind the founding of the NLF.
(b) A Vietnamese moral tale.
(c) A respectful way to end the war.
(d) The main Vietnamese religion.
10. In Chapter 3, what did Tang become more and more involved with in Paris?
(a) His fiance from Vietnam.
(b) Agitation against the war.
(c) His pharmacy studies.
(d) British culture.
11. What did Tang's pregnant wife do when both fathers demanded the couple return home?
(a) She aborted her baby and stayed in France.
(b) She returned home alone.
(c) She persuaded Tang to return home with her.
(d) She stayed with her husband in France.
12. What was Diem preoccupied with throughout his regime?
(a) The farmers and villages.
(b) Internal disloyalty.
(c) His brother's welfare.
13. Who was Thuy Ba?
(a) A Communist Party leader.
(b) Ho Chi Minh's wife.
(c) The doctor who oversaw Tang's care after he was exchanged as a prisoner.
(d) The woman who would become Tang's third wife.
14. What is COSVN which is described in Chapter 11?
(a) The North Vietnamese politburo.
(b) The National Liberation Front system.
(c) The Northern Vietnamese army forces.
(d) A leadership group made up of delegates from the Worker's Party.
15. What did Tang do in regards to his pharmaceutical studies in Chapter 3?
(a) He abandoned them.
(b) He failed the courses.
(c) He graduated and moved on to other things.
(d) He added political science on as a double major.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Ho Chi Minh see Madame Thao doing when he entered the house of the alliance delegation?
2. Where did President Thao lead the alliance delegation in the spring of 1969?
3. What religion was Ngo Dinh Diem connected with?
4. The moment Tang or any of his brothers displayed a weakness in any school subject, what did Tang's father do?
5. When Tang met Ho Chi Minh, what was his first impression of the president?
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