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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is one requirement for Einstein for living in a country?
(b) Military disarmament.
(c) Military might.
2. What is one thing Einstein says Jews must do?
(a) Gain revenge on those who have murdered them.
(b) Treat the Arabs as equals.
(c) Gain self respect.
(d) Learn to accept differences among those already in Palestine.
3. Where is the "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" being held?
4. What does Anti-Semitism means?
(a) Being for disarmament.
(b) Prejudice towards Jewish People.
(c) Being against academic institutions.
(d) Prejudice towards Semite people.
5. What does truth applied to science or religion convey?
(a) That there is no truth.
(b) Nothing clear.
(c) A higher truth.
(d) A lesser truth.
6. According to Einstein, what must Jews continue to do?
(a) Enoble the human race.
(b) Be diligent.
(c) Be just.
(d) Be patient.
7. Of what is Einstein accused by several scientific communities?
(a) Atrocity mongering.
(d) Heretical theses.
8. When does Einstein get in touch with his Jewish heritage?
(a) After attending Jewish seminary.
(b) He never really does.
(c) After going to Germany.
(d) He does from an early age.
9. To what does a fable about a shepherd boy, a horse, and a stag relate?
(a) To a nomadic way of life and astrology.
(b) To Germany, the Nazis, and the Jews.
(c) To Jesus, Jews and Hitler.
(d) To astrology.
10. Why does Einstein think the protest will do better without his participation?
(a) It will have a greater air of impartiality.
(b) The Germans will not be hostile towards Einstein as a result.
(c) It will be attended by more people.
(d) The Germans will not think he incited them.
11. What prevents Jews from giving blind obeisance to any moral authority?
(a) A strong critical spirit.
(b) The education of their people.
(c) The commands of the Torah.
(d) The value Jews place on individualism.
12. What are elite volunteers doing?
(a) Transforming the desert into flourishing settlements.
(b) Infiltrating Arab settlements in order to force them to move.
(c) Searching out other areas where they could create a nation that did not impact current inhabitants.
(d) Displacing Arab settlements to gain their lands.
13. How would you characterize Einstein's beliefs in this section of the book?
(b) Strong and unwavering.
14. What does Einstein say is the greatest change in physics since Newton?
(a) Edison's definition of ohms.
(b) Tesla's theory of voltage.
(c) The Planck theory.
(d) Faraday/Maxwell's work on electromagnetic phenomena.
15. For what does Einstein admire Kepler?
(a) For working out the planetary motions with no one's support and the understanding of few.
(b) For knowing when to look deeper into his theories.
(c) For standing by his ideas despite the inquisition.
(d) For workinhg out the laws of gravity.
Short Answer Questions
1. Neither intelligence nor institutions can substitute for what?
2. At the time Einstein writes "Why Do They Hate the Jews?" how many Jews are there?
3. How does the inertia of a given body grow?
4. Concepts acquire content only when connected with what?
5. Why should Judaism not be called a religion?
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