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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What religion does the book say that Paul Farmer struggled with?
(a) Evangelical Christianity.
2. What does Paul Farmer say the world needs to care less about in order to create successes like those in Haiti?
(a) Wealth and designer clothes.
(b) Finances and politics.
(c) Power and on-up-man-ship.
(d) Hollywood and the policital machine.
3. What organization controls the flow of antibiotics to Peru and other places in 2002?
(a) Partners in Health.
(b) The Gates Foundation.
(c) The Green Light Committee.
(d) The Red Cross.
4. Who elected president of Haiti in 2000?
(d) Baby Doc Duvalier.
5. What do some prominent voices in the US Government continue to argue cannot be done in 2002?
(a) Treat AIDS in unstable governments.
(b) Treat MDR-TB in unstable governments.
(c) Treat AIDS in desperately impoverished places.
(d) Treat MDR-TB in desperately impoverished places.
6. Where does the author say that Jim was happy to work in the O for the P section?
(a) In a goldfish bowl.
(b) In Russia.
(c) Away from the action.
7. How did the two AIDS quarantines mentioned in the book affect the spread of this disease?
(a) Only the facility in Haiti showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(b) Both show about 50% success rates in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(c) Neither one stopped the spread of the disease.
(d) Only the facility in Cuba showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
8. What three things does Paul Farmer say are co-infectious in his second lecture in Cuba?
(a) Infectious disease, poor diet, and polluted water.
(b) Wealth, ignorance, and success.
(c) Poverty, inequality, and poor health.
(d) Wealth, poverty, and tuberculosis.
9. What reason is given for the intensity of the Russian TB outbreak?
(a) Lack of running water.
(b) Lack of electricity in rural areas.
(c) Dilapadated housing.
(d) Backlogged prison systems.
10. Why does Paul Farmer tell Tracy Kidder that he can't slow down a pace he knows is much too fast?
(a) He's afraid someone will die needlessly.
(b) He's afraid Catherine will be disappointed in him.
(c) He can't seem to locate the brake.
(d) He's chasing a moving goal.
11. What happens to the prices of antiretroviral drugs in 2002?
(a) They remain the same.
(b) They rise.
(c) They go up and down continually.
(d) They decline.
12. Who manages the construction of a second operating room for Zanmi Lasante in 2002?
(a) Tracy Kidder.
(b) Fritz LaFontant.
(c) Alex Goldfarb.
(d) Julianna DeWolf.
13. Who guarantees Paul Farmer's 2002 expansion loan?
(a) Tom White.
(b) Bill Gates.
(c) Melinda Gates.
(d) Ophelia's father.
14. In the O to the P it is said that Paul Farmer was conscious of corporate etiquette but . . .
(a) He despised corporate niceties.
(b) He wasn't paralyzed by it.
(c) He wasn't very good at playing that game.
(d) He didn't care about it.
15. What do Paul and the Partners in Health staff say they knew about their goal after receiving the Gates endowment?
(a) That they will reach their goal well before its deadline.
(b) That it will take all the funds to meet the goal.
(c) That it will be a challenge to meet this goal, despite large amounts of money.
(d) That they can focus on the goal now that the financial stress is gone.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the project director of the Russian TB project?
2. Who does Paul Farmer borrow money from to pay for the 2002 expansion while waiting for the Global Fund money to arrive?
3. What two characters are present at the end of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
4. What result does the petition for electricity made by citizens of Cange have?
5. What type of doctors does Paul Farmer says he wants to work at his clinic in A Light Month for Travel?
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