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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Despite her commitments as New York's first lady, Eleanor's first responsibilities lie in what?
(a) Helping needy countries.
(b) Giving jobs to women.
(c) Preventing poverty.
2. What does Eleanor determine when she recovers from Franklin's betrayal?
(a) She will be a better wife.
(b) She will file for a divorce.
(c) A new direction for her passions in her causes.
(d) She will get revenge on the other woman.
3. What is the only rule that Eleanor abides by now?
(a) To avoid hurting other's feelings.
(b) To do as she pleases.
(c) To avoid commitments to groups with definite political overtones that would conflict with Franklin's position as Governor.
(d) To do what is best for women and children.
4. Later that afternoon, of what does Franklin complain?
(a) Aches and chills.
(b) Sunburn and sweating.
(c) Boredom and irritation.
(d) Thirst and hunger.
5. What has Franklin's loss of the vice presidency leave?
(a) A void in their marriage.
(b) An end to political life.
(c) A void in his life.
(d) A hope for the future.
Short Answer Questions
1. What earns Eleanor the respect of those around her?
2. What happens to Franklin's condition?
3. Why do women pursue politics?
4. For Eleanor, what does World War I do?
5. Where does Eleanor often stay with these women?
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