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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3, Chapter 4 "Anti-Life".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Kellogg gives Dagny a cigarette marked with the $ sign, why does he give her an entire pack of the cigarettes?
(a) Because she forgot her cigarettes in New York.
(b) Because she doesn't ask him anything about the cigarettes.
(c) Because she thinks they are very pretty.
(d) Because he says she's earned it.
2. How does Dr. Ferris get Hank Rearden to sign over Rearden Metal to the government?
(a) By convincing him it is the right thing to do.
(b) By promising him that he can continue to run the company.
(c) By holding Lillian hostage.
(d) By threatening to expose his affair with Dagny.
3. What is the cryptic question that sets the mood of suspense in ATLAS SHRUGGED?
(a) What happened to New York City?
(b) Where have all the flowers gone?
(c) Who is John Galt?
(d) Where in the world is Dagny Taggert?
4. Why does Phillip want cash instead of a check for Rearden's contribution to Friends of Global Progress?
(a) He wants to pocket half of the cash.
(b) He doesn't want them to know that the money came from his capitalist brother.
(c) Friends for Global Progress does not accept checks.
(d) He thinks Rearden's check is no good.
5. Why can Dagny not learn the name of the third student at Patrick Henry University according to Dr. Akston?
(a) The school records were in a fire and his records were lost.
(b) He went to the university under an assumed name.
(c) Nobody really knows who he is.
(d) She will only learn it when he chooses to tell her himself.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the lie that James Taggart tells the Board of Taggert Railroad?
2. What is the last thing passengers see on Kip Chalmers' train as they enter the tunnel?
3. What is Hank's reaction when he discovers Francisco in Dagny's apartment?
4. How does Hank protect Danneskjtzld when the police arrive?
5. What is the problem Rearden sees in any government that professes to run by committee for the "public good."
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