1. Who said that courage is grace under pressure?
(a) John Quincy Adams.
(b) Jesus Christ.
(c) Ernest Hemingway.
(d) Bret Hart.
2. What do the subject of PROFILES IN COURAGE all have in common?
(a) They were all Democrats.
(b) They all served as U. S. Senators.
(c) They all lost elections and then won them the next time.
(d) They were all Republicans.
3. How did one reporter categorize elected officials?
(a) That people elected them on their looks.
(b) That they were gluttons for mental punishment.
(c) That they needed to be good public speakers.
(d) That people thought everything they said was untrue.
4. Who suggested that Senators were vulgar demagogues?
(a) A preacher.
(b) A reporter.
(c) A cabinet member.
(d) An ambassador.
5. In PROFILES IN COURAGE, what does John F. Kennedy fear the American public has forgotten?
(a) The basic principles our country was founded on.
(b) How to tell if a man is honest.
(c) What courage actually is.
(d) Where to look for courage in a politician.
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