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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jackson's living quarters typical of?
(a) His working class.
(b) His cultural group.
(c) His lifestyle.
(d) His attitude.
2. In what principle does Everhard prove that the group is no different from the group they resent in Chapter 7?
(a) Desire for profit.
(b) Socialist belief.
(c) Proletarian leanings.
(d) Anarchist violence.
3. Who does Everhard challenge to investigate the case of the armless peddler?
(d) Dr. Cunningham.
4. Who tells Avis that Jackson was entitled to compensation?
(a) His wife and children.
(b) His brothers and sisters.
(c) His friends and acquaintances.
(d) His lawyers and superiors.
5. Who is the armless peddler?
(d) Dr. Cunningham.
6. What happens to Avis because of her association with Everhard in Chapter 5?
(a) Being ridiculed by some friends.
(b) Being heralded as a prophet.
(c) Being chosen by some friends.
(d) Being avoided by some friends.
7. Who does the group that Everhard speak to in Chapter 4 comprise?
(a) Peaceful anarchists.
(b) Working socialists.
(c) Millionaire capitalists.
(d) Rebelling factions.
8. What does Meredith say in a footnote that there are several of in the world?
9. What does the person who Avis sees at her home tell her that he has given up in order to not compromise his ideals?
10. What is the economic and philosophic theory that humanity should work together for the good of all humanity?
11. What is the name of Dr. Cunningham's dinner in Chapter 7?
(a) Fools and Wise Men.
(b) Love and Death.
(c) Games and Gander.
(d) Profit and Loss.
12. What did London profit from according to the contemporary author in his Introduction?
(a) Some of the observations of reporters.
(b) Some of the sales of his previous books.
(c) Some of his popular seminars.
(d) Some of the drawbacks in society.
13. What leadership does Avis admire about Everhard?
(a) Anarchist rebellion.
(b) Underground revolutionary movement.
(c) Revolutionary socialist movement.
(d) Socialist worker movement.
14. Who is the contemporary author that offers a perspective in the Introduction?
(a) Theodore Dryser.
(b) H. Bruce Franklin.
(c) Jack London.
(d) George Orwell.
15. What does Everhard say revolutionaries will be willing to do in Chapter 5?
(a) Move to another country to continue protesting.
(b) Give up their right to bear arms.
(c) Respond to violence with violence.
(d) Hold peaceful demonstrations at all hours.
Short Answer Questions
1. Since the death of his wife, what had Dr. Cunningham become?
2. Who manipulated the trial in favor of the company instead of Jackson?
3. Who does Avis interview that ran away when faced with uncomfortable truths?
4. What happened during Jackson's trial in the name of family security?
5. Who does Everhard question that the intellectual class really supports?
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