1. What is the 42nd parallel about?
(a) The lives of ordinary Americans who inhabit the meridian line called the 42nd parallel.
(b) The lives of individuals who were driven from their homes on the meridian line called the 42nd parallel.
(c) The lives of ordinary Americans living in and trapped by the time period in which they live.
(d) The lives of extraordinary Americans living in and trapped by the time period in which they live.
2. Who is the Commanding General?
3. What is the opening newsreel clip about?
(a) The birth of Harrison.
(b) The closing of Capital City's Century.
(c) The cobblestone mansion where Miles lives.
(d) The death of McCreary.
4. In the news clip about Harrison's speech, what does the toast celebrate?
(a) The end of Communism in Soviet countries.
(b) The arrival of democracy in civilized nations.
(c) The dominance of America and American thought.
(d) The birth of new technology and advancements.
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