Chapter 1, The Problem That Has No Name
1. What silent question did women ask themselves?
(a) "Why am I not content with this world?"
(b) "Is this all?"
(c) "What else is there to life?"
(d) "What am I missing?"
2. What was the literature offered telling women to do?
(a) To seek fulfillment as wives and mothers.
(b) Where their role in society was.
(c) To reproduce and be happy.
(d) That their husbands rule all, and a womans' place is in the house.
3. Why couldn't women study physics?
(a) They didn't want to study it.
(b) They didn't have the aptitude for it.
(c) It was considered unfeminine.
(d) They weren't allowed in the classes.
4. What problem wasn't caused by soap or cured by Cortisone?
(b) Chicken pox.
(c) Housewife's Blight.
5. What was women's unhappiness blamed on?
(a) Too little education.
(b) Their ability to work.
(c) Their inability to work.
(d) Too much education.
6. Which women were happiest?
(a) Married women.
(b) Unmarried women.
(c) Educated women.
(d) Uneducated women.
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