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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 14, 15, and 16.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Eleanor's initiatives in the areas of women and children's issues also include what?
(a) The Child's Amendment.
(b) The Child Labor Amendment.
(c) The Orphan Association.
(d) The Children's Place.
2. Through her affiliations and media connections, what does Eleanor do?
(a) She encourages other women to exercise their political rights.
(b) She encourages women to be conservative.
(c) She discourages women from creating their own businesses.
(d) She encourages husbands to be kinder to their wives.
3. Of what does Eleanor have many?
4. What is Eleanor's stance?
(a) Only the wealthy have the right to make decisions.
(b) Poverty and injustice are the real threats to America, not necessarily Communism.
(c) Private schools provide the best educations.
(d) Communism is the biggest threat to America.
5. Eventually, Eleanor emerges from this period with what phrases that will become her guideposts?
(a) "Live for God" and "Love what is given to you."
(b) "Life is too short" and "Love life."
(c) "The life you live is your own" and "Life is meant to be lived."
(d) "Your life is not your own" and "Live like you were dying."
Short Answer Questions
1. When visiting the family homes in Hyde Park, New York, and Campobello in New Brunswick, Canada, how does Eleanor feel?
2. How many suitors does Eleanor have?
3. What drives Eleanor?
4. For four years, what does Eleanor maintain?
5. From this point, what kind of position does Eleanor adopt?
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