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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 does Everhard's partners hope that the conflict in the Congressional elections would come to in Chapter 11?
(a) A ceasefire.
(b) A wild demonstration.
(c) A peaceful resolution.
(d) A tumultuous resurgence.
2. What organizations have loyal revolutionists willing to participate at any cost in Chapter 22?
(a) Grangers and Mariners.
(b) Proletarians and Oligarchs.
(c) Mercuraries and Favored Unions.
(d) Oligarchs and Patriachs.
3. What is the Oligarchy beginning to crush through violence in Chapter 10?
(a) The revolution.
(b) The worker.
(c) The preacher.
(d) The leader.
4. What do the revolutionists destroy of the Mercenaries in Chapter 24?
5. When the Oligarchy gets word of the impending revolt, where do they plan a preventive strike in Chapter 23?
(a) New York.
(c) Ann Arbor.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the two lives that Avis has lived in Chapter 19?
2. What does Avis describe as the environment that the Oligarchy, Everhard, and the directors of the revolution operated in Chapter 16?
3. In whose arms does Everhard seek comfort in in Chapter 15?
4. What is the name of Avis' alternative personality in Chapter 20?
5. Into what does Avis, Everhard and her father move into in Chapter 12?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the conflict of the people of the abyss.
2. What happened to Bishop Morehouse when he began to preach again?
3. Describe the effect Cunningham's book has on socialist publications and the revolution.
4. What bribe does Cunningham refuse and what effect does it have on his life?
5. Describe the effect of the workers' strike.
6. Describe the Fighting Groups.
7. What does Avis witness in the city that alarms her?
8. Describe what happens to Avis and Everhard in the end of the novel.
9. Describe what happened to the cave in the future and its importance in the story of Avis and Everhard.
10. Describe how the bomb is thrown in front of Congress.
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