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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2, Chapter 10 "The Sign of the Dollar".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Dagny notice before leaving Dannager's office?
(a) A cigarette butt with the $ sign on it.
(b) A plane ticket to Europe.
(c) A note signed by John Galt.
(d) A pistol on Dannager's desk.
2. When Hank Rearden learns that the legislature has passed the Equalization of Opportunity Bill, what does he learn from Mouch, his lobbyist in Washington?
(a) Mouch says the President will veto the bill.
(b) Nothing. Mouch is not answering his phone.
(c) Mouch offers to return the money Rearden has paid him.
(d) Mouch tells him that the bill has no penalty written into it.
3. Why does Dannager refuse to say "Good-bye" to Dagny?
(a) Because she has no idea that he is leaving.
(b) Because she will join him where he is going one day.
(c) Because he is glad to be getting away from her.
(d) Because he doesn't want her to know his plans.
4. How does Rand indicate that Wesley Mouch, Rearden's Washington lobbyist, may not be working in Rearden's interest?
(a) He is at a meeting with Orren Boyle, James Taggart, and Paul Larkin.
(b) He is at a meeting with Dagny and Owen Kellogg.
(c) He never goes to his office in Washington.
(d) He cannot get in to see the President of the United States.
5. What decision does Dagny make when she is nine years old?
(a) To run Taggart Rail Lines.
(b) To marry Eddie Willers.
(c) To study in Paris.
(d) To become a fashion model.
Short Answer Questions
1. What causes Dagny to resign from Taggart Transcontinental?
2. Where does Hank finally meet up with Danneskjtzld?
3. What is Dagny's reply to Cherryl's comment that she is "the woman in the Taggart family"?
4. What does Rearden sell off after the bill banning people from owning multiple businesses is passed?
5. What does Danneskjtzld leave behind when he disappears into the darkness?
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