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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. Where do Gilbert and Brown plan to meet before the strike?
(a) In front of the Columbus Statue.
(b) In front of Garfield School.
(c) At Manny's bar.
(d) In front of the statue of angels.
2. What church are the six Chicano law students fighting against?
(a) The Islam Church.
(b) The Baptist Church.
(c) The Russian Orthodox Church.
(d) The Catholic Church.
3. Where does Brown's journalist friend live?
(b) San Francisco.
(c) New York.
4. What are the Chicanos chanting outside the sound proof door?
(a) Let the poor people in.
(b) We also have the right.
(c) Leave our area.
(d) Death to Jesus.
5. In what kind of church do the the Militants have their offices?
(a) A Catholic church.
(b) A Russian Orthodox church.
(c) An Episcopalian church.
(d) A Baptist church.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the prisoner testify about Fernandez's blanket?
2. For which newspaper does Brown say he is researching an article?
3. What is the name of the bar Manny owns?
4. How did Brown travel to Los Angeles?
5. What is the name of Brown's journalist friend?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the court issue a restraining order against the East LA Thirteen?
2. What does Mickey De Silva say he remembers about the night Robert supposedly hanged himself?
3. How does Manny claim racism has stopped him from becoming famous?
4. What does Brown do after Robert's hearing?
5. Why does the mayor want to talk to Brown and the East Los Angeles Group?
6. What agreement does Brown make with Gilbert in this section?
7. What does Brown arrange at the coroner's office?
8. How does the author describe the area surrounding St. Basil's church?
9. What problems do Brown and the law students cause Cardinal McIntyre in this section?
10. Describe the meeting between Brown and the Chicano Militants in this section?
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