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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 the speech defend and support in Chapter 17?
(c) War veterans.
(d) Mentally ill.
2. What is Avis disguised as when she escaped the prison in Chapter 18?
(a) A priest of the commonwealth of Socialists.
(b) A leader of the group of rebel Anarchists.
(c) A daughter of a wealthy member of the Oligarchy.
(d) A speaker for the vociferous band of Proletarians.
3. What does Avis see rising "more ominously in the heavens" as she and a fellow agent move further into the city in Chapter 24?
(a) Pillars of smoke.
(c) Violent crime.
4. What is the name of Avis' father's book?
(a) Socialists and the Working Poor.
(b) Anarchy and Its Purpose.
(c) Economics and Education.
(d) Poverty and the Oligarchy.
5. What is untouched and unharmed that belonged to the Oligarchs during the rampage in Chapter 24?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the group give to the Oligarchy in return for financial and material compensation in Chapter 15?
2. Into what does Avis, Everhard and her father move into in Chapter 12?
3. Who does Avis think was behind the interruption of the speech in Chapter 16?
4. Where do many proletariats perish as they believed in the end times in Chapter 15?
5. Who is the condemned criminal that actually committed the crime in Chapter 17?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the three oligarchies Avis says were created through the favored unions.
2. What bribe does Cunningham refuse and what effect does it have on his life?
3. Why was Everhard and others sent to prison or executed?
4. Describe the effect Cunningham's book has on socialist publications and the revolution.
5. What happened to Bishop Morehouse when he began to preach again?
6. Describe the seamstress.
7. How did Avis submerge her identity?
8. How was the First Revolt supposed to begin?
9. What is ironic about Avis' new dwelling after the riots?
10. Describe the Fighting Groups.
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