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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 was J.S. Mill educated?
(a) He attended public school.
(b) He was homeschooled.
(c) He attended a private school.
(d) He went to boarding school.
2. What are the additional responsibilities that will be included for a democracy?
(a) How to cooperate among themselves.
(b) How to elect leaders.
(c) How to cooperate with a leader.
(d) How to cooperate among a small group of leaders.
3. What is another topic these two cover?
(a) Narcotic drugs.
(c) Various theories.
(d) Space travel.
4. The entire chapter is devoted to discussing what?
(a) Whose opinions are correct.
(b) The range of aspects and implications of opinion.
(c) The tyranny that can develop from expressing one's opinions.
(d) Dealing with other's opinions.
5. Is one's opinion powerful?
(c) Not at all.
(d) A little.
Short Answer Questions
1. Over whom did Copernicus have a superior knowledge of this knowledge?
2. What was part of the work of these two friends?
3. How does John Stuart Mill begin this chapter?
4. The Europeans want an increase in rights for whom?
5. What must this clash of opposition do to be good?
Short Essay Questions
1. What movements are taking place during Mill's time in Great Britain and Europe?
2. What is the story of Copernicus?
3. What does John Stuart Mill say about his wife? Why?
4. What is thought of Copernicus' knowledge now?
5. How is tyranny a threat to democracy?
6. What is known about John Stuart Mill's father and brother?
7. Why must one be careful when discussing an issue or disagreeing over one's opinion?
8. What does the author mean by liberty?
9. With what does the book begin? Why?
10. How do Mill's thoughts about liberty pertain to women?
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