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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. Who was responsible for investigating groups with Communist affiliations?
(a) The FBI.
(b) Dies Committee.
(c) Judge Advocate General's Corps
(d) The White House.
2. Who died in April 1953?
(a) Franklin, Jr.
(c) Eleanor's mother.
(d) Eleanor's neighbor and friend.
3. Where did Franklin travel for a war conference in 1944?
4. What difference did Eleanor notice in the Soviet Union as compared to the West?
(a) People dressed better.
(b) More creativity was found in the arts of the Soviet Union.
(c) People were less able to speak freely.
(d) She felt more at home in the Soviet Union.
5. What did Eleanor wear while on her big trip in 1943?
(a) A uniform.
(b) Civilian clothes.
(c) A fancy dress.
(d) Khakis and a white shirt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Eleanor feel that Iran was characterized by?
2. In 1948, whose statue was unveiled in England?
3. After Christmas of 1944, what did Franklin begin to prepare for?
4. What was the name of the Indian prime minister?
5. What was Eleanor's impression of people in the refugee camps?
Short Essay Questions
1. What changes did Eleanor notice in Franklin in March 1945?
2. Describe the process of approving the International Bill of Rights.
3. Which heads of state visited Eleanor and Franklin in the White House?
4. How did Eleanor feel about being the only female delegate on the UN General Assembly?
5. What was Eleanor's impression of the refugee camps in the Middle East?
6. Why do you think Eleanor took her granddaughter around the world at such a young age?
7. What was Eleanor's impression of Yugoslavia and President Tito?
8. Where was Eleanor and what was she doing when the news of Pearl Harbor breaks?
9. How did Franklin eventually earn Stalin's respect and trust?
10. What did Eleanor learn about Hong Kong in the mid-1950s?
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