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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 country becomes an oligarchy on its own after a social revolution in Chapter 15?
2. When an alliance is forged between the two countries, how is it broken in Chapter 13?
(a) German socialists arose.
(b) French socialists arose.
(c) Russian socialists arose.
(d) American socialists arose.
3. What does the speech defend and support in Chapter 17?
(a) Mentally ill.
(b) War veterans.
4. What are the two lives that Avis has lived in Chapter 19?
(a) Nazi and anti-Nazi.
(b) Anarchist and Communist.
(c) Proletarian and Oligarchian.
(d) Socialite and socialist.
5. What organizations have loyal revolutionists willing to participate at any cost in Chapter 22?
(a) Mercuraries and Favored Unions.
(b) Proletarians and Oligarchs.
(c) Oligarchs and Patriachs.
(d) Grangers and Mariners.
Short Answer Questions
1. After refusing to take a bribe, who loses his home, wealth and influence in Chapter 11?
2. Who makes clandestine plans with prison guards while Avis was in prison in Chapter 18?
3. Who receives potatoes that Avis witnesses in Chapter 12?
4. What is broken or halted by the Oligarchy across the country in Chapter 10?
5. What is Avis alerted of in the footnotes of the last section of the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to prevent the rebellion of the First Revolt and stop the revolutionaries?
2. Describe the seamstress.
3. Describe the conflict of the people of the abyss.
4. Describe how the bomb is thrown in front of Congress.
5. Describe the development of Avis and Everhard's relationship.
6. Describe the effect of the workers' strike.
7. What is ironic about Avis' new dwelling after the riots?
8. What happened soon after Everhard got elected to Congress?
9. Describe what happened to the cave in the future and its importance in the story of Avis and Everhard.
10. Describe the appeal of Biblical faith and prophecy to many of the abandoned proletariat.
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