1. What are the two circumstances of time in discussion in the Iron Heel?
(a) Marxist present and Fascist future.
(b) Utopian present and Dystopian future.
(c) Anarchical present and Tyrannical future.
(d) Socialist revolution and Utopian future.
2. What does the Iron Heel also discuss as a method of self-preservation?
(a) Ability to work.
(c) Ability to make fire.
3. Who is the contemporary author that offers a perspective in the Introduction?
(a) Jack London.
(b) H. Bruce Franklin.
(c) Theodore Dryser.
(d) George Orwell.
4. What are the forces against which London struggled as an individual and against which the revolutionaries struggle in his book?
5. What does the contemporary author that offers a perspective in the Introduction think of London's writing?
6. When was the Iron Heel published?
(a) Early 1900s.
(b) Early 1920s.
(c) Early 1940s.
(d) Early 1880s.
7. What surprisingly has come into effect that the book predicted?
(a) Disenfranchisement of the working poor.
(b) Technological advancement.
(c) Food and agricultural changes.
(d) Causes and effects of the workers' movement.
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