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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. What does Anna complain to Eleanor about in Act 2, Scene 1?
(a) Giving up her room to Mr. Howe.
(c) The rearranging of the furniture.
(d) The amount of time Eleanor spends out of the house.
2. What opinion does Sara have of Mr. Howe?
(a) He is a vulgar little man.
(b) He is a nosy busybody.
(c) He is a wonderful family friend.
(d) He is after FDR's money.
3. Which character dances for FDR in Act 1, Scene 3?
(d) Mr. Howe.
4. According to Mr. Howe in Act 2, Scene 2, whom does the Democratic Party consider to be their number one choice for governor?
(a) Woodrow Wilson.
(b) James M. Cox.
(d) Warren G. Harding.
5. According to FDR, what has given him strength through his illness?
(a) His faith.
(b) His friends.
(d) Hopes of a better political future.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is FDR planning to go to find new leg braces?
2. What is FDR wearing when he leaves Campobello?
3. Which character wishes FDR could go to Hyde Park to rest?
4. Who told FDR, "It is only once in a generation that a people can be lifted above material things."
5. In Act 1, Scene 1, which child is given a piggy-back ride up the stairs?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does FDR continue to conduct business throughout his illness?
2. What is Jimmy's role in Scene 3 of Act 3?
3. What is the significance of FDR's attempt to walk at the end of Act 2?
4. How does Sara anger Mr. Howe in Act 1, Scene 2?
5. What concerns do both FDR and Al Smith have about the assistance he will provide Smith?
6. How does FDR fill his day while recuperating in his New York home?
7. How does FDR interact with his children after his illness?
8. What is the significance of FDR changing into his leg braces in Act 3, Scene 2?
9. What information is given to the press about FDR's condition in Act 1, Scene 3?
10. Why does Mr. Lassiter oppose Al Smith's bid for the presidency?
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