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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter I.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When was the Introduction written?
(a) While Daley was convalescing in the hospital.
(b) After Daley won his last election.
(c) After an interview of Daley's widow.
(d) One day after Richard Daley died.
2. What would Richard Daley do if he discovered one of his married, Catholic appointees was having an affair?
(a) He would get pictures of the officials indiscretions and use them to coerce his cooperation.
(b) He would see to it that his public service career in Chicago came to an end.
(c) He would ignore it if he was a popular official.
(d) He would encourge him to get marriage counceling.
3. How often were Richard Daley's phones checked for bugs?
(b) Twice a day.
(d) Twice a week.
4. To what or whom did Royko compare Richard Daley's character?
(a) A kindly father figure.
(b) George Washington.
(c) The City of Chicago.
(d) John F. Kennedy.
5. What was Richard Daley's advice to city officials getting money on the sly?
(a) Don't get caught.
(b) Cut me in.
(c) Find a lawyer.
(d) Read him his rights.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Royko consider Richard Daley to be a believable father figure to Chicagoans?
2. What was the profession of Mike Royko, author of "Boss: Richard J. Daley of Chicago"?
3. What did Richard Daley leave behind after his death?
4. Where did the Introduction first appear?
5. According to Royko, What will be the most-remembered political legacy of Richard Daley?
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