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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 is pacifism that fails to fight against armaments?
2. What could be organized to protect the world against nuclear power?
(b) A strong "supranational" organization,
(c) Instilling an abhorrence of war in humankind.
(d) A defensive weapon that would render fusion or fission impossible.
3. What does Einstein seem to hate above all else?
(b) Intellectual vapidity.
4. Unless all nations band together to face aggressors, what is inevitable?
(a) Universal anarchy and terror.
(b) Universal domination and subjugation.
(c) Capitulation of pacific nations.
(d) Triumph of evil.
5. What should history do?
(a) Influence the future.
(b) Interpret the progress in civilization rather than calculating power and success.
(c) Be forgotten.
(d) Teach the future.
Short Answer Questions
1. Upon what are Einstein's inner and outer lives based?
2. With what does religion deal?
3. How could unilateral disarmament be negotiated?
4. Though science can produce knowledge and means of action, what can it not do?
5. What has science not done?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Einstein say Jews must do now?
2. What does Einstein say a theorist must do?
3. What is Einstein's view of the relationship between technology and employment?
4. What can be visualized about a finite universe that could make it appear infinite and what does infinite space mean?
5. How does Einstein feel about America's isolationist policy and America's role in Europe?
6. Why didn't Einstein join a French rally against German anti-Semitism?
7. What does Einstein say about the foundations of physics and what is science?
8. Why does Einstein admire Kepler?
9. What's the main idea behind "Freedom?"
10. What does Einstein say society depends upon schools to do and why do they?
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