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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. What were the birth years of the Idealist generation during the American Civil War cycle?
2. How do midlife generations tend to raise current generations?
(a) In a manner opposite to that in which they themselves were raised.
(b) With little or no direction, letting the children raise themselves.
(c) In the same manner in which they themselves were raised.
(d) According to the latest child rearing experts.
3. Who was a rising-adult leader during the Glorious Revolution crisis?
(a) Thomas Jefferson.
(b) Francis Bacon.
(c) Sir Walter Raleigh.
(d) Cotton Mather.
4. What is a set of collective behavioral traits expressed throughout a generation's lifecycle?
(a) Generations distinctives.
(b) Peer personaltity.
(c) Newsreel behavior.
(d) Constellation attitude.
5. Who was the monarch of England when the Spanish Armada was sunk?
(a) James I.
(b) Mary I.
Short Answer Questions
1. In each constellation, what do the peer personalities each possess?
2. What alternates between secular crises and spiritual awakenings?
3. What did revolution, anarchy, war, and pestilence indicate to colonial New Englanders?
4. What are the dates for the Reformation Awakening?
5. Who was King James's hand picked New England governor in 1689?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who composed the European cohort-group of 1584-1614?
2. To whom did Americans turn during all four of its secular crises?
3. Describe Civics during a crisis era.
4. Describe Idealists in an awakening era.
5. What are the central roles for the four phases of a generation?
6. Define cohort.
7. How were the Civics of the Glorious Generation in the Colonial Cycle looked on?
8. What were the two social moments of the Reformation Cycle?
9. How would the four different generational groups act if a war arose?
10. When this book was written, what were the four great periods of crisis in American history?
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