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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is based on the economic and philosophic principle that ﬁnancial proﬁt and reward and accumulation are the rightful reward of those with the passion and the drive to pursue them?
2. Who should share equally in both the responsibilities and the rewards according to London?
(a) The proletariat.
(b) The collective.
(c) The individual.
(d) The business owner.
3. In what sectors is the group that Everhard speaks to in Chapter 4 leaders in?
(a) Natural sciences and psychology.
(b) Business, politics, and governance.
(c) Art, philosophy, and natural sciences.
(d) Business, art, and economics.
4. What did Everhard elaborate on the relationship between?
(a) Rebels and communists.
(b) Working and capitalist classes.
(c) Socialists and revolutionists.
(d) Peddlers and peddling.
5. Who was out of place from the beginning of the dinner event described in Chapter 1?
(c) Dr. Cunningham.
6. What does the person who Avis sees at her home challenge her to look into?
(a) Bishop's story.
(b) Carson's story.
(c) Wickson's story.
(d) Jackson's story.
7. Who was Avis surprised to see at one of her father's social events?
(c) Her father.
8. In socialist theory and practice, who were entitled to more than what they were given in wages?
(c) Business owners.
9. Who does Avis find that she falls in love with?
(d) Dr. Cunningham.
10. When the Bishop grows more insistent, what happens in Chapter 6?
(a) He is heralded as a savior.
(b) He is led away from the podium.
(c) He is stabbed.
(d) He is squashed in a protest.
11. Who does the Bishop say has drifted from Christ's teaching of compassion?
(a) Avis and Everhard.
(b) Society, government, and the church.
(c) His family and friends.
(d) Oligarchy and Anarchists.
12. Who does the group that Everhard speak to in Chapter 4 comprise?
(a) Rebelling factions.
(b) Millionaire capitalists.
(c) Working socialists.
(d) Peaceful anarchists.
13. Who does Avis become preoccupied with to the point of obsession?
(a) Dr. Cunningham.
14. What does Meredith say in a footnote that there are several of in the world?
15. What did the intellectual class love to hear the sound of in Chapter 1 according to Avis?
(a) The music they composed.
(b) The songs of their fathers.
(c) The national anthem.
(d) Their own voices.
Short Answer Questions
1. Against what did London's socialist ideals exert tension or experience conflict with?
2. What did speaker after speaker do to Everhard during his speech in Chapter 4?
3. What is the nickname that Everhard gives to the intellectual class?
4. Who does Everhard speak to in Chapter 4?
5. What does Avis realize she was complicit in doing by Chapter 3?
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