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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Act 3, Scene 3, what request does the speaker make of the crowd?
(a) Please sign all necessary documents before leaving.
(b) Pay your hotel bills.
(c) Pick up your mail.
(d) Pick up your messages at the front desk.
2. Which character enters frantically in Act 3, Scene 2?
(a) Mr. Howe.
3. Which character does the policeman briefly apprehend in Act 3, Scene 2?
(b) Franklin Jr.
(c) Mr. Howe
4. What does Mr. Howe drink in Act 3, Scene 1?
(b) A soft drink.
5. How long does FDR plan for his speech to last?
(a) 30 minutes.
(b) 5 minutes.
(c) 60 minutes.
(d) 10 minutes.
6. How does the chairman gain the attention of the crowd?
(a) By jumping up and down.
(b) By banging a gavel and screaming.
(c) By blowing an air horn.
(d) By using a megaphone.
7. When is Act 3, Scene 3 set?
(a) August of 1921.
(b) May of 1922.
(c) January of 1923.
(d) June of 1924.
8. In Act 3, Scene 3, what has accumulated for the other delegates?
(a) Phone messages.
9. How does FDR feel about the concept of "noblesse oblige?"
(a) He supports it in theory.
(b) He feels it is archaic and unfair.
(c) He feels that it is the way of a new America.
(d) It angers him to the point of throwing a pillow.
10. In Act 3, Scene 1, what does FDR decide to do about his Golf Club membership?
(a) Change his status from "active" to "non-resident."
(b) Let it expire.
(c) Renew it in hopes of returning to the greens.
(d) Cancel it.
11. In Act 2, Scene 2, who attends the speech Eleanor has given?
(a) 300 women.
(b) The members of the Democratic nominating committee.
(c) 300 men.
(d) Woodrow Wilson.
12. In Act 3, Scene 3, how many steps must FDR take to reach the podium?
13. How does FDR respond to Mr. Lassiter's opposition to Al Smith?
(a) He calls Al Smith on the phone.
(b) He dictates a letter that removes his support of Al Smith.
(c) He dictates a letter that indicates his support of Al Smith.
(d) He decides to write an article for the newspaper.
14. How had Mr. Lassiter first contacted FDR?
(a) By telephone.
(b) By e-mail.
(c) By telegram.
(d) By letter.
15. In Act 2, Scene 2, what does Mr. Howe read to FDR?
(a) The poem "Invictus."
(b) An article from the paper.
(c) An article from a medical journal.
(d) A monologue from a play.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has happened to Bourke Cockran in Act 3, Scene 1?
2. Where is Eleanor going in Act 3, Scene 1?
3. What does Al Smith want FDR to do for him?
4. How does FDR acknowledge the crowd in Act 3, Scene 3?
5. In Act 2, Scene 2, what does FDR tell Mr. Howe before his departure?
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