1. How does Williams feel about being a lawyer in Part I, Chapter 1?
(a) She wanted it.
(b) She hated it.
(c) She regretted it.
(d) She loved it.
2. What type of law did Williams teach?
(a) Family law.
(b) Commercial law.
(c) Criminal law.
(d) Injury law.
3. What does Williams say she was often confronted with?
(a) Liberal students.
(b) Heart wrenching stories.
(c) White lawyers.
4. What is Williams ethnicity?
5. Whose plight did Williams sympathize with?
(a) Corporate excecutives.
(b) Poor farmers.
(d) Women and African-American.
6. What does Williams note pervaded the country?
(a) Crime only.
(b) Racism and anti-Vietnam.
(c) Affirmative action.
(d) Crime, drugs and police brutality.
7. What does Williams say penetrated even the highest levels of culture?
8. What story about Harvard did Williams use to illustrate the point she made in Part I, Chapter 1?
(a) Her arguing with a fellow law professor.
(b) Her receiving an award.
(c) Harvard's inability to find African American female professors.
(d) Her speaking with her students.
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