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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What new physical reality does Faraday introduce?
(a) The reality of spirit.
(b) The 5th dimension.
(c) The rotuse.
(d) The field.
2. What does Einstein say the German people used to believe?
(a) That God was just and treated all humans equally.
(b) That the people held the power, not the leaders.
(c) That Europe was its friend.
(d) The same ideals Einstein has worked for his entire life.
3. What correspondence does Einstein present in this part?
(a) Between him and the president of the United States.
(b) Between him and his mentor.
(c) Between him and his wife.
(d) Between him and Prussian and Bavarian academies of science .
4. 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 astrology.
(c) To Germany, the Nazis, and the Jews.
(d) To Jesus, Jews and Hitler.
5. What do friends and foes alike say the Jews represent?
(a) A race whose behaviors are hereditary.
(b) A group of people united by beliefs rather than genetics.
(c) A step forward in human evolution.
(d) The ideal to which other peoples should strive.
6. How do the actions of the heroes of the battle of the Warsaw Ghetto help all Jewish people?
(a) They are strengthening the bonds among Jews of all nations.
(b) They demonstrate the extreme situation and it will help other nations open their borders to the Jews.
(c) They show that Jewish people will fight.
(d) They demonstrate the idea that attacking any Jew is at one's own peril.
7. How does the inertia of a given body grow?
(a) As more "ponderable masses" come into proximity.
(b) Through the exertion of the time/space continuum.
(c) By expanding beyond the known borders of the Universe.
(d) With an increase in gravitational pull.
8. What is a second requirement for Einstein for living in a country?
(a) Intolerance for others who do not adhere to Jewish ideals.
(b) Justice for those who are oppressed.
(d) The pursuit of happiness ideal.
9. What is the goal of the Jewish people in Palestine?
(a) To find a place to establish Israel that is not so disruptive to the Arab peoples.
(b) To relocate the Arabs to other Arab nations.
(c) To restore Jewish tradition and to live side-by-side with the Arabs.
(d) To have a joint government with the Arabs in Palestine.
10. Why does Einstein put mathematics above other sciences?
(a) Because its propositions are beyond debate and not steadily evolving.
(b) Because mathematics is the only true art.
(c) Because mathematics is pure logic.
(d) Because he is in the final analysis a mathematician.
11. Why should Judaism not be called a religion?
(a) Because faith is counter to its precepts.
(b) Because it demands no "faith"; just the sanctification of life.
(c) Because it acknowledges all paths lead to God.
(d) Because it is a way of life.
12. What is the starting point for the concept of space?
(a) The alpha point.
(b) The quark space.
(c) The omega point.
(d) The interval.
13. For what has Einstein worked his entire life?
(a) Liberty and truth.
(b) Truth and fairness.
(c) Justice and acceptance.
(d) Justice and liberty.
14. What does Anti-Semitism means?
(a) Being for disarmament.
(b) Prejudice towards Semite people.
(c) Prejudice towards Jewish People.
(d) Being against academic institutions.
15. What happens if there are no general laws?
(a) The deductions are useless.
(b) Specifics are inaccurate.
(c) Epirical facts lack value.
(d) The masses will not understand the specifics.
Short Answer Questions
1. With what is this section primarily concerned?
2. Where is the "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" being held?
3. According to Einstein, what must Jews strive to be?
4. What guards Jews from social and psychological problems?
5. What is the "ether" idea invented by earlier scientists?
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