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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What earns Eleanor the respect of those around her?
(a) Her shy, quiet manner.
(b) Her polite personality.
(c) Working actively in her social and political organizations.
(d) Her large donations to various causes.
2. What has Franklin's loss of the vice presidency leave?
(a) An end to political life.
(b) A void in their marriage.
(c) A void in his life.
(d) A hope for the future.
3. Later that afternoon, of what does Franklin complain?
(a) Thirst and hunger.
(b) Sunburn and sweating.
(c) Boredom and irritation.
(d) Aches and chills.
4. To Eleanor, as what should education serve?
(a) A time when students are exposed to many differing cultures, views, and lifestyles of a vibrant society, and she supports public education for all children.
(b) As a last chance to enjoy freedom and a stress-free life.
(c) As a time for enjoying what is left of childhood.
(d) A time for students to socialize and make connections for later in life.
5. In what does Eleanor encourage her daughter, Anna, to engage?
(a) Organizations involved in the promotion of women.
(b) The debutante rituals of the wealthy.
(c) Community organizations.
(d) Political events.
Short Answer Questions
1. Eleanor is one of the few of Franklin's advisers who condones what?
2. A few weeks later, Franklin is officially diagnosed with what?
3. What happens to Franklin's condition?
4. What does Eleanor worry that her political connections and activities may do?
5. What does Earl teach Eleanor?
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