Dokte Paul, pages 1-44
1. Why is Tracy Kidder in Haiti in 1994?
(a) To write an article on the current regime.
(b) To visit a Haitian Army outpost.
(c) He is on vacation.
(d) He is a missionary.
2. Why are there soldiers in Haiti in 1994?
(a) To bring aid and food supplies.
(b) To support the new government from an ousted regime.
(c) To maintain a military presence in a peaceful time.
(d) To keep peace before the new election.
3. What is the junta suspected of doing in Mirebalais in the first section of the story labeled Dokte Paul?
(a) Beheading an official.
(b) Burning a school.
(c) Blocking aid and food supplies.
(d) Bombing a church.
4. What is Tracy Kidder's job in 1994?
5. What is the name of the clinic founded by Paul Farmer in Haiti?
(a) Zanmi Lasante.
(b) Artibonte Clinic.
(c) Ti Kay Dokte.
(d) Junta Haiti.
6. Why is Paul Farmer frustrated when he first meets Tracy Kidder?
(a) The military presence is preventing him from helping Haitians.
(b) The American Media doesn't understand the problems of Haiti.
(c) The American idea of aid won't help Haitians.
(d) Missionaries ignore Hatian beliefs.
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