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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. Out of those Richard had executed, who was most cherished?
(a) Joan Rivers
(b) Lord Hastings
(c) Lord Stanley
(d) John Rivers
2. What does Carradine believe was Richard's ambition?
(a) To put an end to the York-Lancaster fight for good
(b) To live forever
(c) To destroy anyone in between him and the crown
(d) To keep the crown for himself and no one else
3. What happened to the vast majority of the York heirs to the throne?
(a) They lived out their lives
(b) They overthrew Henry
(c) They were judicially murdered
(d) They all died suspiciously
4. What did Carradine find out about the heirs to Richard's throne?
(a) They all died during Henry VII's reign
(b) They were all part and party to Richard's downfall
(c) They were all happy and glad for Henry's takeover
(d) They all outlived him and were well cared for
5. What happened to Dighton (one of the two conspirators in the boy princes' deaths)?
(a) He was murdered to so there was no one to collaborate the story
(b) He was drowned in an accidental flooding
(c) He never existed
(d) He was sent away by Henry to live in France in comfort
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has more motive to kill the boys now?
2. What was Richard's first move when Edward died?
3. Where was Richard the day that Edward died?
4. What time did Grant believe he would sleep to?
5. Where did Richard take the young prince?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is odd about the Tyrrel confession?
2. What did Richard do on the Fifth of June?
3. Why doesn't Grant write the book on Richard the Third?
4. What is the difference in previous records of Henry and Richard?
5. How does Carradine plan to write the book on Richard III?
6. What led Carradine to believe that Richard wanted to end the feud between the Lancasters and Yorks?
7. What is the difference between what the dragoons were and what they are considered to be by the majority of the populace today?
8. What idea makes the whole notion of the murder of his nephews ludicrous?
9. When reviewing Thomas More's account of Richard the Third, what problem did Alan come up with?
10. What kind of steps would Richard have taken if the rumor about him killing his nephews was a general rumor?
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