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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is elected chairman of the strikers?
2. At the end of Chapter 7, what does Mac warn will happen if Anderson's farm is touched at all?
(a) The men will gain more power.
(b) The Party will dissolve.
(c) The whole valley will burn.
(d) The men will lose faith.
3. What does Jim reminisce about from his childhood while watching the countryside go by?
(a) Reading a book in a tree.
(b) Swimming in a lake.
(c) Riding his bike.
(d) A picnic.
4. Who stops Jim and Mac on their way back from Anderson's land?
(a) Group of kids.
(c) Three vigilantes.
5. Why do Harry and Jim decide that using Jim's real name will not be detrimental to Jim's relatives?
(a) Jim's name is common.
(b) Jim does not have any living relatives.
(c) They absolve all names once inducted into the Party.
(d) Identity is nonexistent within the Party.
6. Who does the orchard superintendent tell London to get rid of?
(a) Doc Burton and Anderson.
(b) Mac and Jim.
(c) Jim and Dan.
(d) Dakin and his truck.
7. What does Mac tell Dick to do to raise bail for Joy?
(a) Open their safe with the secret stash of money.
(b) Break into a local store.
(c) Round up sympathizers.
(d) Ask for change on the street.
8. What does Mac say that Dick is within the Party?
(a) The Instigator.
(b) The Don Juan.
(c) The Propagandist.
(d) The Du Barry.
9. What as Mac sent away for the previous night that he expects the next morning?
10. Who does Mac introduce to Jim as the bedroom radical at the house?
11. What strategy does Mac use when thinking about striking?
(a) The long view.
(b) Immediate and decisive.
(c) The band aid theory.
(d) Guerilla tactics.
12. What does Jim tell Mac influenced him to join the Party?
(a) A distaste for ordinary, meaningless life.
(b) The five men he met in jail.
(c) The numerous books he has read.
(d) His father's meaningless death.
13. How does Harry describe the life of a Party member to Jim?
(a) Becoming a robot that is controlled by the Party.
(b) An easier life than that of non-Party members.
(c) An unparalleled and enoyable existence.
(d) A life of hard work and poverty.
14. What does Mac tell Jim that makes field work especially dangerous?
(a) Tear gas.
(b) Enraged policemen.
(c) The use of automatic weapons.
(d) American Legionnaires.
15. Who does Jim claim is his reason for wanting to join the Party?
(a) His father.
(b) His mother.
(c) No one.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the orchard superintendent threaten to do if London does not comply?
2. What does Mac say is needed on the strikers' camping site in order to keep the camp legal?
3. How Jim describe his mother following her change in demeanor during his childhood?
4. What is projected that the county will do if the strikers begin to picket?
5. With what is Joy charged after making a speech on a street corner?
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