1. In Fates Worse Than Death, humorist Kurt Vonnegut examines the blindness of the American people to the hypocrisy of what administration?
(a) Carter Administration.
(b) Reagan Administration.
(c) Clinton Administration.
(d) Smith Administration.
2. Vonnegut uses examinations of history, literature, psychology and what else to move his story forward?
3. This book is the sequel to what other book?
(a) Easter Sunday.
(b) Friday the 13th.
(c) Good Friday.
(d) Palm Sunday.
4. What practical joke does Vonnegut play at an ROTC inspection?
(a) He wears every sort of medal he can find.
(b) He wears a Boy Scout uniform.
(c) He dresses like a clown.
(d) He tells knock knock jokes.
5. Why does the general at the ROTC inspection write down Vonnegut's name, which seems to lead to Vonnegut never rising above Private First Class?
(a) Vonnegut argues with the general.
(b) Vonnegut arrives late to the inspection.
(c) Vonnegut plays a practical joke.
(d) The general thinks Vonnegut is not a good soldier.
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