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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. How would you characterize Einstein's beliefs in this section of the book?
(b) Strong and unwavering.
2. Why should Judaism not be called a religion?
(a) Because it demands no "faith"; just the sanctification of life.
(b) Because faith is counter to its precepts.
(c) Because it is a way of life.
(d) Because it acknowledges all paths lead to God.
3. 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 essential character of Jews as a group.
(c) The ideals of a benevolent sovereign nation.
(d) As the ideals to which all humanity must strive.
4. What essay opens Part 4?
(a) "Manifesto--March, 1939."
(b) "Mainifesto to Peace, March, 1943."
(c) "Peace at What Cost, March, 1941."
(d) "Manifesto of the Chosen."
5. What is as rigid and absolute as Newton's space?
(a) The idea of ionic space.
(b) The theroy of relativity.
(c) The theory of constants.
(d) The idea of non-space.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Einstein refuse the demands?
2. What does the the "Riemannian curvature" do?
3. What happens if there are no general laws?
4. What is the result of the accusations by these scientific communities?
5. What is one requirement for Einstein for living in a country?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why didn't Einstein join a French rally against German anti-Semitism?
2. What does Einstein say Judaism is concerned with and how can it be better?
3. What do the Academies demand that Einstein deplores?
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 see the change in Jews towards Palestine?
6. What are volunteers doing in Israel during Einstein's time?
7. What does Einstein Jews have been in the past two thousand years and what did they lack? What are they trying to establish now?
8. What does the theory of relativity say is probable about two and three dimensional space?
9. Why does the theory of relativity show how modern theoretical science develops?
10. What does Einstein say Jews must do now?
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