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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. How do David and Brown know each other?
(a) They both attended the same high school.
(b) They were both teachers at UCLA.
(c) Davis once sued Brown for libel.
(d) Brown once defended him.
2. Which member of his family did Brown stay with in Mexico?
(a) His sister.
(b) His cousin.
(c) His aunt.
(d) His brother.
3. What does the undercover policeman say the group made plans for at Brown's home?
(a) A bombing.
(b) A march.
(c) A kidnapping.
(d) An assassination.
4. Why are spectators cleared from the court during the St. Basil trial?
(a) To help Brown to focus.
(b) So they don't prejudice the jury.
(c) So the trial can continue.
(d) To prevent the threat of violence.
5. Who does Brown call in Los Angeles in this section?
(d) Black Eagle.
Short Answer Questions
1. What doesn't Brown like Gilbert questioning him about in the car?
2. Where do Brown and the others celebrate their partial victory?
3. According to Brown, who landed in Mexico in the 1500s?
4. According to Brown's claims, who ordered Zanzibar's murder?
5. Why does the judge order Brown into custody for the second time?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Fernando Sumaya tell the court in his testimony?
2. What is the eventual outcome of the trial in Chapter 12?
3. What tragedy does Brown find out has happened in Los Angeles while he has been in Mexico?
4. What role does Brown play in the UCLA rally?
5. According to Brown, why does he like Roland Zanzibar?
6. Why is the courtroom watching a color film at the beginning of Chapter 15?
7. What problems occur on the first day of the St. Basil Thirteen hearing?
8. Why does Brown think that Gilbert has no right to question him about Mexico?
9. What does Brown promise to do after the trial in Chapter 15?
10. How does Brown start to find connections among Hollywood's elite?
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