Mid-Book Test - Medium
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Patsy confess to loving more than her husband?
(a) Her nanny.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Her mother.
2. On what are several of Jefferson's arguments based?
(c) The history of monarchies.
(d) Historical facts.
3. What serve as the most enduring record of Jefferson's life?
(a) The laws he passes as Governor of Virginia.
(b) His pamphlets.
(c) The letters Jefferson and Madison exchange.
(d) The letter Jefferson and Abigail Adams exchange.
4. What does Jefferson idealize?
(b) The King of England.
5. Why does Jefferson retire to Monticello by 1794?
(a) To spend time with his daughters.
(b) To work on the design for a new home.
(c) To get away from John Adams.
(d) To heal his considerable political wounds.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Jefferson's most successful financial enterprise?
2. Why does the audience not ask questions regarding Jefferson's slave ownership and relationship with Sally Hemings?
3. What does Abigail Adams provide Jefferson from London?
4. How does Jefferson react to the invasion by Benedict Arnold's troops?
5. What is the cause of friction for Jefferson?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Martha Wales Jefferson die?
2. What two views of Jefferson's about King George III are incompatible?
3. Why does Jefferson not want to return to Philadelphia?
4. What does Jefferson do with his companions once they arrive in France?
5. What is ironic about Jefferson's approval of the separation of church and state?
6. How does Jefferson's arrival in Washington, D.C., differ from his arrivals in Philadelphia and Paris?
7. What three articles is he known for writing?
8. What impression does Jefferson's arrival in Paris give the French?
9. What is Jefferson's ideal Utopian society?
10. What are two of Jefferson's untruths in his pamphlets?
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