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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does James say that Phil does not support George's re-election?
(a) He does not support his beliefs anymore.
(b) He is moving out of town.
(c) Phil is having an affair with George's wife.
(d) He does not have the money this year.
2. In what sport do the men win a high school championship?
3. George has learned some unfavorable information about which one of his opponent's relatives?
(a) His brother.
(b) His wife.
(c) His uncle.
(d) His son.
4. What is the prominent religion in the city of Scranton?
5. In what year do the men win the high school championship?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the coach yell out at the men and want them to do when he enters the house?
2. What does George speculate that the coach is doing and making him run late tonight?
3. Who does Tom intend to appoint as Superintendent of Schools?
4. What is the heritage of most of the people in Scranton?
5. What is the setting for Act 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Coach rally the men when he senses that their bickering and differences could escalate out of control?
2. How does the play end?
3. How does it begin to become clear that Coach is not the stalwart figure he thinks he is?
4. How does George learn that Phil is having an affair with his wife?
5. What is Phil's opinion of George's chances of winning the election?
6. What is the irony of Coach's persona of always playing by the rules?
7. How does the author show that money does not necessarily buy happiness as exhibited by Phil's life?
8. How does the author show that Coach is bitter about what has happened in his life since the championship season?
9. Why does James feel a political career would be a positive thing for him at this point in his life?
10. How does James' interest in running for mayor come up in conversation?
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