Part 1, pp. 1-28
1. In "Paradise Lost," what does Einstein particularly rue?
(a) That Eve is blamed for sin.
(b) That he has no artistic talents.
(c) That Milton did not go far enough in his epic poem.
(d) That nationalism has subverted the sharing of intellectual and artistic pursuits.
2. Who does Einstein say are now the ones who advocate international thought?
3. Who has created the League of Nations?
(d) The common people.
4. Why does Einstein say individuals should not be singled out and given all-encompassing admiration?
(a) It will discourage others to excel.
(b) It will give them too high an opinion of themselves.
(c) Because there are many quiet, unobtrusive individuals as deserving as the one singled out.
(d) It will discourage true thought.
5. What is the one good thing about the fact that America has heaped so many accolades on Einstein?
(a) It is a sign that materialism has not completely taken over the minds of Americans.
(b) That it is a sign that Americans value education.
(c) That it may help them forgive Germany's excesses.
(d) That it is a sign that America is open minded.
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