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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did most people react to Raymond?
(a) With kind words.
(b) In such a way to support his belief that he was invisible.
(c) With surprise.
(d) In such a way that showed how much others respected him.
2. What has Shaw been having?
(a) Stomach pains.
(d) Dinner with his mother.
3. When did this take place?
(a) After Jocie and Raymond had broken up.
(b) During the beginning of Jocie's relationship with Raymond.
(c) When Raymond was in Korea.
(d) During the initial stages of investigation.
4. What does Charlie recount telling his brother-in-law to do?
(a) Take a cab to the Brooklyn Bridge and jump in the water.
(b) To kill himself.
(c) Take a cab to Central Park and jump in the water.
(d) To take a hike.
5. Of what should the reader have a deep sense?
6. For what does Raymond volunteer?
(a) An investigation.
(b) Time in prison.
(c) A new brainwashing by the American government agents to find the truth.
(d) A trip back to Korea to be reprogrammed by the Chinese and Russians.
7. In England, what does Raymond's mother reveal?
(a) Iselin will become an embassador in England.
(b) She intends to have that country's Labour Party investigated for Communist activities and a threat to trans-Atlantic relations.
(c) She is moving to England.
(d) She is in love with the Brittish Prime Minister.
8. Meanwhile, what does Senator Jordan express for his colleague Johnny Iselin?
(d) His disdain.
9. Meanwhile, what is Raymond's American field handler doing?
(a) Being chased through the streets.
(b) Trying to contact him.
(c) Meeting with a Soviet colleague in a city cab.
(d) Searching for him.
10. With whom does Shaw clear up a misunderstanding?
(a) Jocie Jordan.
(b) His mother.
(c) Senator Jordan.
(d) Ben Marco.
11. What does the colonel reveal that his investigators have learned about Raymond?
(a) He was a sweet, kind man before the war.
(b) He had many lovers before the war.
(c) He remembers killing Bobby and Ed.
(d) He had no sexual history before the war.
12. What does the inebriated Mrs. Iselin proceed to do?
(a) Rape her mind-controlled son.
(b) Give Raymond poisoned wine.
(c) Tell Raymond how much she cares for him.
(d) Hug Raymond.
13. What does the White House find it necessary to do?
(a) Disavow Mrs. Iselin as an official ambassador of the United States senate.
(b) Send the FBI to capture Mrs. Iselin.
(c) Bring Mrs. Iselin home.
(d) Support Mrs. Iselin's decisions.
14. What will this action do?
(a) Cement the nobility of Johnny Iselin and his cause in the public's mind by creating a martyr, and a nation symbol of America's will to stand up to Communism.
(b) Show Johnny Iselin as a hero.
(c) Encourage the American people to trust him.
(d) Force the world to feel sorry for Johnny Iselin.
15. The next day, in the Iselin home, Johnny Iselin makes a statement that the assassination confirms what?
(a) Jordan was a good man.
(b) Jordan was murdered by someone close to him.
(c) Jordan had been in league with Communists.
(d) Jordan was fighting Communism.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Raymond respond when Marco calls him?
2. When does Marco enter the box?
3. Marco's squad on the floor watches the proceedings, while the top FBI agents do what?
4. What is the plan for Raymond?
5. What does his mother also tell him?
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