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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 12 and 13.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. During the autumn of the year, Eleanor resumes her Washington life and enters a satisfying period of promoting women's rights, second only to what?
(a) Her previous years in Albany.
(b) Her life with Souvestre as a young girl.
(c) Her life with her grandmother.
(d) The beginning of her marriage.
2. Where does Eleanor often stay with these women?
(a) In their midtown high rise apartment.
(b) In their Brooklyn brownstone.
(c) In their Greenwich Village townhouse.
(d) In their public housing building.
3. Why must Eleanor attend these social events?
(a) She wants to attend these events.
(b) All of her friends attend these events.
(c) They are necessary for a young woman of her position in one of New York's finest families.
(d) Every girl in New York attends these events.
4. What is short-lived in Eleanor's life, after her mother's death?
(a) Her living with her cousins.
(b) Her depression.
(c) The time she spends in a foster home.
(d) Her hope to regain a life with her father.
5. What does Eleanor do when Franklin drinks and smokes too late into the night?
(a) She moves out.
(b) She joins him.
(c) She monitors his behavior.
(d) She distances herself during these times.
Short Answer Questions
1. What becomes a pattern of separation that will repeat itself frequently over the next several years as the Roosevelts begin a period of public service?
2. Under who does she study?
3. What forges a new political bond with Eleanor?
4. Where does Sara send Franklin to separate the young couple?
5. What did Eleanor's parents' personalities never create?
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