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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are the men doing before that they have to be sent out to do something?
(a) Becoming depressed.
(b) Fighting among themselves.
(c) Losing faith in the cause.
(d) Breaking the strike.
2. What does Lisa tell Jim because she feels close to him?
3. How does Jim elude the cops after he and Mac go to talk to the deputies?
(a) Jumps on to a moving train.
(b) Dives into a river.
(c) Hides behind a rock.
(d) Climbs up a tree.
4. At what time does Mac plan the funeral march to match the highest traffic time?
(a) 9 a.m.
(b) 12 p.m.
(c) 5 p.m.
(d) 6 a.m.
5. How does Doc Burton view civil disobedience and strikes?
(a) As a relief.
(b) As an infection.
(c) As necessary.
(d) As poison.
6. How much does Bolter, the new president of the fruit Growers' Association, offer to raise the wages of the strikers?
(a) A dollar fifty.
(b) A nickel.
(c) A dollar.
(d) A dime.
7. Who do the group of men accuse of collecting money from Moscow?
(a) Doc Burton.
8. What does Mac believe will help get the people on their side in light of Joy's death?
(a) Petitioning for funds.
(b) A massive riot.
(c) A public funeral.
(d) Posting pictures of Joy.
9. At the end of Chapter 12, who takes over during London's speech as he stumbles over his words?
(b) Doc Burton.
10. To what does Doc Burton compare Jim's feelings toward the cause that offends Jim?
11. What does Mac want to do for retaliation against what is set on fire?
(a) Assassinate the Valley owners.
(b) Beat up strikebreakers.
(c) Burn Hunter's house.
(d) Put Joy's body on display.
12. What is Mac worried about the morning following Joy's death?
(a) The strike breaking.
(b) More men dying.
(c) No one caring about Joy.
(d) Joy not being remembered.
13. Who decides to join the Party?
(c) Mrs. Dakin.
14. What does Sam claim to be blacklisted as?
(a) An assassin.
(b) A longshoreman.
(c) A sympathizer.
(d) A turncoat.
15. What does Mac want from the strike chairman after seeing the false newspaper headline?
(a) A signed paper that says the truth.
(b) Food and supplies.
(c) Guns and ammunition.
(d) A written and public apology.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the beginning of Chapter 9, what day of the strike is it when the men organize a picket to meet the train?
2. What does Doc Burton describe as taking over during mob action?
3. What does Mac wish he could get for Doc Burton?
4. Who do the group of men decide is the next labor leader to die following Joy?
5. What does London offer to give the men to eat at the end of Chapter 14?
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