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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Of what does Franklin complain?
2. What does Eleanor convince Anna to try?
(a) A four-year college.
(b) Having a few suitors.
(c) One year at Cornell University.
(d) One year at Allenswood School.
3. From what does Eleanor suffer?
(a) Depression and anxiety.
(b) Several colds and flus.
(c) Conflict between her wealth and those students that she teaches.
(d) Some personal conflict with her views of expansive and unlimited education while teaching at one of the most exclusive institutions in the country.
4. Eleanor's initiatives in the areas of women and children's issues also include what?
(a) The Children's Place.
(b) The Child Labor Amendment.
(c) The Orphan Association.
(d) The Child's Amendment.
5. With what does Eleanor align herself?
(a) Conservative organizations.
(b) Only her own organizations.
(c) Progressive organizations.
(d) No organizations.
6. What does Eleanor find with which she can associate and fully support?
(a) A cause.
(b) The Democratic Party.
(c) New friends.
(d) Her husband.
7. What earns Eleanor the respect of those around her?
(a) Her shy, quiet manner.
(b) Her large donations to various causes.
(c) Her polite personality.
(d) Working actively in her social and political organizations.
8. During Eleanor's tenure as head of the League of Women Voters, who does she meet?
(a) Eliza Doolittle and Emily Dickinson.
(b) Elizabeth Read and Esther Lape.
(c) Erin Riordan and Else Lucas.
(d) Emily Rochelle and Esther Loren.
9. For what does this relationship allow?
(a) Eleanor to spend time with someone more like herself.
(b) Eleanor to have someone to complain to.
(c) Eleanor the sense of fun and physical outings missing from her life in the wake of Franklin's paralysis.
(d) Eleanor to have a best friend.
10. What does Eleanor's presence on the campaign tour do?
(a) It confuses people who do not know her.
(b) It encourages voters to listen to Franklin.
(c) It begins rumors of the couple's divorce.
(d) It squelches rumors of the couple's divorce.
11. From this point, what kind of position does Eleanor adopt?
(a) A position of regressive change.
(b) A position of progressive change.
(c) A position of no change.
(d) A position of conservative change.
12. For what does Eleanor continue to push?
(a) Women to conservatively work towards equality.
(b) Women to save their money.
(c) Women to stand behind their husbands.
(d) Women to join political and reform groups.
13. Where does Eleanor often stay with these women?
(a) In their public housing building.
(b) In their Greenwich Village townhouse.
(c) In their Brooklyn brownstone.
(d) In their midtown high rise apartment.
14. What does Earl teach Eleanor?
(a) How to be quiet and patient.
(b) How to shoot a gun.
(c) How to stand up to her husband.
(d) Various sporting and physical activities.
15. What attracts Eleanor to Earl?
(a) He is very handsome.
(b) He is extremely intelligent.
(c) He is wealthy.
(d) He is an orphan who has been unlucky in love.
Short Answer Questions
1. For the rest of her life, with what is Eleanor associated?
2. During the year 1920, Franklin makes his formal declaration for what?
3. What plays an integral part in Franklin's ultimate win in 1932?
4. What forges a new political bond with Eleanor?
5. What has Franklin's loss of the vice presidency leave?
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