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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Einstein think will restore the heart of the Jewish people?
(a) Apologies from all the nations who refused to admit Jewish refugees.
(b) A homeland in Palestine.
(c) The Jewish people re-discovering their faith in God.
(d) Reparations from Germany.
2. With what is Judaism concerned?
(a) The hope of the afterlife.
(b) The return of Jews to their homeland.
(c) Moral attitudes.
(d) The proper worship of God.
3. What does Newton introduce in his ideas?
(a) The idea that gravity is responding to invisible ley lines.
(b) The concept of mass.
(c) The idea of charged ions creating force fields.
(d) The idea of a force needed to overcome inertia.
4. At the time Einstein writes "Why Do They Hate the Jews?" how many Jews are there?
(a) 5 million.
(b) 1.5 million.
(c) 16 million.
(d) 30 million.
5. To what is attributed ideals of social justice, mutual aid, philanthropy, tolerance and the exaltation of intellectual aspiration and spiritual effort?
(a) To human beings in their most perfected state.
(b) As the ideals to which all humanity must strive.
(c) As the essential character of Jews as a group.
(d) The ideals of a benevolent sovereign nation.
6. How does the inertia of a given body grow?
(a) With an increase in gravitational pull.
(b) By expanding beyond the known borders of the Universe.
(c) Through the exertion of the time/space continuum.
(d) As more "ponderable masses" come into proximity.
7. What prevents Jews from giving blind obeisance to any moral authority?
(a) The commands of the Torah.
(b) The value Jews place on individualism.
(c) The education of their people.
(d) A strong critical spirit.
8. What do the academies demand of Einstein?
(a) That he gives them reserach he conducted for them.
(b) That he not work for any other country.
(c) That he says something good about the German people to the rest of the world.
(d) That he forfeits his pay and retirement.
9. What is the third requirement for living in a country?
(b) Simple social structure.
(c) Cooperative people.
(d) Equality under the law.
10. What essay opens Part 4?
(a) "Peace at What Cost, March, 1941."
(b) "Manifesto--March, 1939."
(c) "Mainifesto to Peace, March, 1943."
(d) "Manifesto of the Chosen."
11. What guards Jews from social and psychological problems?
(a) A strong family life.
(b) Understanding of the Talmud.
(c) The ghetto.
(d) A good education.
12. Why does Einstein refuse the demands?
(a) He has earned his pay and retirement.
(b) The notes came from his own mind and no one else's.
(c) It is unreasonable.
(d) It is counter to what he has worked for his whole life.
13. 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 think he incited them.
(c) It will be attended by more people.
(d) The Germans will not be hostile towards Einstein as a result.
14. Of what is Einstein accused by several scientific communities?
(a) Atrocity mongering.
(c) Heretical theses.
15. When does Einstein get in touch with his Jewish heritage?
(a) He never really does.
(b) After attending Jewish seminary.
(c) He does from an early age.
(d) After going to Germany.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the time Einstein writes "Why Do They Hate the Jews?" what does Einstein say is alarming?
2. What does Anti-Semitism means?
3. What is one thing Einstein says Jews must do?
4. According to Einstein, what must Jews continue to do?
5. According to Einstein, what must Jews strive to be?
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