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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. In the weeks before Stevenson received a call from Judge Key, how many condemened men did he meet?
2. How long did Stevenson sleep on Steve Bright's living room couch before deciding to find an apartment of his own?
(a) 10 months.
(b) 15 months.
(c) 2 years.
(d) 1 1/2 years.
3. In Chapter 3, what was the name of the jailhouse snitch who claimed he had seen McMillian's truck outside of Jackson's Cleaners?
(a) Bill Hooks.
(b) Bob Miller.
(c) Matt Wilson.
(d) Ted Dansig.
4. How many people met to speak with Stevenson about McMillian at a trailer in Chapter 5?
(b) About 25.
(c) More than 30.
5. In Chapter 3, how large were the cells where death row inmates were housed?
(a) 6 by 11 feet.
(b) 6 by 9 feet.
(c) 5 by 10 feet.
(d) 5 by 8 feet.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 1, when was the receptionist planning to leave to work in a real law office?
2. What was the name of McMillian's older sister?
3. In Chapter 6, how did George's first wife and child die?
4. In Chapter 5, how long had it been since McMillian's arrest?
5. What type of vehicle was Stevenson driving in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. What iwas Monroeville, Alabama, known for?
2. How did Stevenson describe his preparation to meet a condemned man in 1983?
3. Where was McMillian's house?
4. In Chapter 3, what happened to a young African American man named Michael Donald?
5. In Chapter 2, what did a man in a wheelchair tell Stevenson were his medals of honor?
6. Why did Judige Robert E. Lee Key call Stevenson?
7. What did Stevenson study in college, and why did he decide to attend law school?
8. As Stevenson spent time with McMillian, what did he learn about the man?
9. What did McMillian's house look like?
10. Where was the SPDC located, and what were the working conditions like when Stevenson worked there?
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