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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 do friends and foes alike say the Jews represent?
(a) A group of people united by beliefs rather than genetics.
(b) A step forward in human evolution.
(c) The ideal to which other peoples should strive.
(d) A race whose behaviors are hereditary.
2. What happens if there are no general laws?
(a) The deductions are useless.
(b) Epirical facts lack value.
(c) Specifics are inaccurate.
(d) The masses will not understand the specifics.
3. To what is attributed ideals of social justice, mutual aid, philanthropy, tolerance and the exaltation of intellectual aspiration and spiritual effort?
(a) As the ideals to which all humanity must strive.
(b) The ideals of a benevolent sovereign nation.
(c) As the essential character of Jews as a group.
(d) To human beings in their most perfected state.
4. At the time Einstein writes "Why Do They Hate the Jews?" how many Jews are there?
(a) 16 million.
(b) 30 million.
(c) 1.5 million.
(d) 5 million.
5. For what has Einstein worked his entire life?
(a) Truth and fairness.
(b) Liberty and truth.
(c) Justice and acceptance.
(d) Justice and liberty.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the academies demand of Einstein?
2. What does Inertia cause?
3. Upon what is the special theory of relativity based?
4. What does truth applied to science or religion convey?
5. What does Germany use to justify atrocities against the Jews?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Einstein say Judaism is concerned with and how can it be better?
2. What do the academies say about their loyalties and how do they feel about his resignation?
3. Why didn't Einstein join a French rally against German anti-Semitism?
4. What does Einstein say is the essential character of the Jews as a group and what is their contribution to the world?
5. Einstein says Kepler and Galileo "ripened" mankind for science. How did they do that?
6. What do the Academies demand that Einstein deplores?
7. What are volunteers doing in Israel during Einstein's time?
8. What does Einstein say he will only live under?
9. What is Einstein's opinion of what Zionism has done but what does he think is better?
10. Why does he say the protest might be better without him?
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