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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. What did London profit from according to the contemporary author in his Introduction?
(a) Some of the observations of reporters.
(b) Some of his popular seminars.
(c) Some of the sales of his previous books.
(d) Some of the drawbacks in society.
2. What does Everhard say that the journalists will say about the Bishop in Chapter 6?
(a) He is a liar.
(b) He was amazing.
(c) He was unwell.
(d) He is defeated.
3. What leadership does Avis admire about Everhard?
(a) Underground revolutionary movement.
(b) Anarchist rebellion.
(c) Revolutionary socialist movement.
(d) Socialist worker movement.
4. Who should share equally in both the responsibilities and the rewards according to London?
(a) The proletariat.
(b) The individual.
(c) The collective.
(d) The business owner.
5. Who was out of place from the beginning of the dinner event described in Chapter 1?
(c) Dr. Cunningham.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did Everhard find complicit in the capitalist system?
2. Who was Avis surprised to see at one of her father's social events?
3. What circumstances in London's life that gave rise to his creation of the book?
4. Who does Avis become preoccupied with to the point of obsession?
5. In what sectors is the group that Everhard speaks to in Chapter 4 leaders in?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the comparison that Everhard makes of small business owners to machine breakers and why?
2. Describe Everhard's effect on Avis.
3. Describe Bishop Morehouse's speech.
4. Describe Cunningham.
5. Describe Avis' interaction with the company lawyer.
6. What does Everhard argue effectively about at the dinner party?
7. Why does Meredith say that the manuscript cannot be taken fully seriously?
8. Describe Avis' ongoing investigation of Jackson's life circumstances.
9. Describe the Philomaths.
10. Why is Bishop Morehouse becoming a martyr of sorts?
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