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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. What is Hinton's condition in the jail?
(a) he is unconscious.
(b) he is raving mad.
(c) he is on a hunger strike.
(d) he is praying loudly.
2. Why do the men in the license plate shop cheer Luther?
(a) he is leaving.
(b) he makes the millionth license plate.
(c) he dances on a table.
(d) he knocks down a guard.
3. Who does Malcolm tell Sidney to call when he reports the mob on the street?
(a) all the newspapers he can think of.
(b) all the ministers he can find.
(c) all the black colleges.
(d) all the gang members he can find.
4. Who wants to meet Malcolm now that he is out of prison?
(a) the Preacher.
(b) the Numbers Runner.
(c) the Judge.
(d) the Leader.
5. What does Luther accuse Malcolm of spending his life doing?
(a) looking like a pimp.
(b) looking like the man who raped his mother.
(c) trying to look like a movie star.
(d) looking out for everyone but himself.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Laura find out about Malcolm as they visit?
2. What does Luther tell Malcolm all black people are?
3. What does Sydney say about black women in a Muslim household?
4. Over what does Malcolm challenge the Sunday Bible Teacher?
5. At the police station the night Hinton is beaten, what is the symbolism of the Muslim ministers?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when the white policemen arrive at the fight?
2. Who calls Malcolm to the scene?
3. What life-changing information does Malcolm finally receive from Luther?
4. Who does Malcolm meet at the subway later one night?
5. What further instruction does Luther give Malcolm?
6. What is the result of Malcolm's taking the group of ministers to the jail?
7. After Malcolm follows Luther out of prison, where does he go?
8. What does Luther tell Malcolm about?
9. What quickly becomes clear about Luther's son, Sidney?
10. As the second part opens, what is happening to Malcolm?
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