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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. The author of the book, Louis Fischer, visits Gandhi where?
(a) In his apartment.
(b) In South Africa.
(c) In Bombay.
(d) In his ashram.
2. The leaders of the untouchables or Harijans immediately met with whom?
(a) Hindu leaders.
(b) Indian leaders.
(c) British leaders.
(d) Muslim leaders.
3. When violence broke out, who did the Viceroy blame?
(a) The Indians.
(b) The Moslems.
(c) The Hindus.
4. One of Gandhi's closest associates was Charles Freer Andrews. Who is Andrews?
(a) A Christian bishop.
(b) A Christian missionary.
(c) A Moslem.
(d) A Catholic priest.
5. Prime Minister Churchill was a purist and would not allow India to do what?
(a) Be lost as a British possession.
(b) Fight next to British soldiers.
(c) Help in the war.
(d) Participate in British battles.
Short Answer Questions
1. A compromise was proposed wherein the Harijans would be able to do what?
2. Why did Nehru and the others agree with the plan regarding Pakistan?
3. By the time Nehru left the ashram, Fischer could detect that Nehru was being won over, later becoming a stronger advocate of____________ than Gandhi himself.
4. In ________ of 1946, an envoy of British officials came to India to settle the terms of its independence.
5. Were the odds against Gandhi?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the Indian Congress do regarding the partition? How did Gandhi react to this?
2. Why did Gandhi decide to go to Noakhali?
3. What happened when the agreement was signed?
4. How did Gandhi feel about the west?
5. Describe Gandhi's personal life.
6. How did Gandhi deal with the violence he saw and heard about?
7. What happened on August 15, 1947?
8. How did Gandhi act when he was once again put into jail?
9. Against what did Gandhi remain steadfast? Did others stand strong with him? Why or why not?
10. How did people react to Gandhi while he was in London?
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