London Labour and the London Poor Test | Final Test - Medium

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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 many prostitutes did the police estimate work in London?
(a) 15,000.
(b) 18-25,000.
(c) 7-8000.
(d) 2-3000.

2. On the average, how many tracts did each person accept when they were being handed out?
(a) None.
(b) 3.
(c) 1 or 2.
(d) 5.

3. What would the street clown prefer to do than being a clown?
(a) A dock worker.
(b) A teacher.
(c) A musician.
(d) A groom or police officer.

4. When did the magician's father die?
(a) When the magician was 10.
(b) When the magician was 2.
(c) He was still alive at the time of the interview.
(d) When the magician was 25.

5. How did she pay for her desires?
(a) Sending her younger sister to the steets.
(b) Prostitution.
(c) Working hard and not turning to the streets.
(d) Running a brothel on the side.

Short Answer Questions

1. What did Hemyng say about the French woman?

2. What were fences in the section by John Binny?

3. What motivated the clown to continue working?

4. What did some people who was physically and mentally able to work do?

5. Altogether, what is the approximate number of women and children?

Short Essay Questions

1. What was an ongoing problem for the company from conductors and how did the bus companies combat that problem?

2. What was a casual ward?

3. Who did Mayhew call street folk?

4. Who was the magician Mayhew interviewed and how did he become a magician?

5. What was the photographer's business like according to Mayhew?

6. What did bus drivers own, what did they do and what other work had many of them done? How often did they work and what did their work prevent?

7. What differentiated street folk from patterers?

8. How did cab drivers obtain their cabs, how many hours did they work, and what did they sometimes do to mitigate their long hours?

9. Who did Halliday say were swindlers?

10. How are the various ways to earn a living cataloged and what types of workers existed in England?

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