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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the gluteus maximus?
(a) A play the family reads in Act 2.
(b) The muscle running from the hips to the buttocks.
(c) A Latin word for paralysis.
(d) The name of FDR's favorite poem.
2. How does FDR plan to stand without crutches?
(a) By locking his leg braces in place.
(b) By leaning back on a tall stool.
(c) By having Mr. Howe support his weight from behind.
(d) By leaning on the platform.
3. When is Act 2, Scene 2, set?
(a) January of 1923.
(b) Spring of 1922.
(c) Summer of 1921.
(d) Fall of 1924.
4. What does FDR attempt to do when alone at the end of Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) Open the front door.
(b) Retrieve the thrown pillow.
(d) Phone his lawyer.
5. Who kisses FDR before leaving for the stage in Act 3, Scene 2?
6. In Act 2, Scene 2, who attends the speech Eleanor has given?
(a) 300 men.
(b) 300 women.
(c) The members of the Democratic nominating committee.
(d) Woodrow Wilson.
7. How does FDR respond to Mr. Lassiter's opposition to Al Smith?
(a) He dictates a letter that removes his support of Al Smith.
(b) He decides to write an article for the newspaper.
(c) He calls Al Smith on the phone.
(d) He dictates a letter that indicates his support of Al Smith.
8. How does FDR acknowledge the crowd in Act 3, Scene 3?
(a) He waves both hands high in the air.
(b) He nods his head.
(c) He smiles broadly.
(d) He waves his right hand.
9. In Act 3, Scene 1, what does FDR decide to do about his Golf Club membership?
(a) Renew it in hopes of returning to the greens.
(b) Let it expire.
(c) Change his status from "active" to "non-resident."
(d) Cancel it.
10. Why does FDR break up the law firm he has with Emmett and Marvin?
(a) He decides to spend more time on his political work.
(b) He finds the law work boring.
(c) He was losing money.
(d) He doesn't have the time to spend at the practice.
11. What does the Roosevelt family plan to read after dinner in Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) "As You Like It."
(b) The newspaper.
(d) "Green Grow the Lilacs."
12. In Act 2, Scene 2, what does Mr. Howe read to FDR?
(a) The poem "Invictus."
(b) A monologue from a play.
(c) An article from a medical journal.
(d) An article from the paper.
13. Whose pictures are present on stage in Act 3, Scene 3?
(a) Coolidge and Hoover.
(b) Wilson and Jefferson.
(c) FDR and Smith.
(d) Wilson and Smith.
14. Why doesn't FDR eat dinner with his family at the end of Act 2, Scene 2?
(a) He just had an argument with Mr. Howe.
(b) He is not feeling well.
(c) He just had an argument with his mother.
(d) He is upset about Anna's behavior.
15. What organization does Newton Baker want to submit a resolution for the Democratic party to support?
(c) Movement for a Democratic Society.
(d) The League of Nations.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which controversial organization does William McAdoo support?
2. Where is Eleanor going in Act 3, Scene 1?
3. In Act 3, Scene 3, how many steps must FDR take to reach the podium?
4. What does Eleanor recommend for Mr. Howe's lingering cough?
5. When is Act 3, Scene 3 set?
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