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Yue Daiyun
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What happened for the first time during the June 18th affair?
(a) Chairman Mao attended the demonstrations.
(b) People were struck, shoved, and paraded.
(c) Criticizers were criticized.
(d) People met with their accusers to defend themselves.

2. What disillusioned Yue Daiyun on her trip to the Soviet Union?
(a) She observed social inequality.
(b) The Chinese visitors were rudely treated.
(c) The Chinese visitors were not considered equals.
(d) She wasn't allowed to visit Red Square.

3. What is a cadre?
(a) A prisoner.
(b) A revolutionary trainee.
(c) A revolutionary trainer.
(d) An informant.

4. How many people was Yue Daiyun required to identify as rightists?
(a) Five.
(b) Two.
(c) Ten.
(d) Twelve.

5. What were the "triple evils" to be eliminated in 1957?
(a) Sectarianism, bureaucratism, and socialism.
(b) Bureaucratism, cretinism, and subjectivism.
(c) Subjectivism, sectarianism, and bureaucratism.
(d) Objectivism, Confucianism, and sectarianism.

6. Why was the poet Lin Zhao executed?
(a) Poor quality poems.
(b) Attacking Chairman Mao's policies.
(c) Secret subversive activity.
(d) Distributing underground literature.

7. What did Lao Tang conclude after being criticized himself?
(a) The Communist party was wrong.
(b) People are unable to control their own fate.
(c) He was rightly criticized.
(d) He had been wrongly criticized.

8. Why did Yue Daiyun relate to her sister-in-law's father?
(a) They were both appalled at the elaborate wedding ceremony.
(b) They were the same age.
(c) They were from the same home town.
(d) They were both condemned as rightists.

9. Why would a good Communist mistrust his own conscience?
(a) The individual was always wrong.
(b) The Party would punish such thinking.
(c) Conscience is the voice of evil.
(d) The Party had greater wisdom.

10. What was the rationale for putting literature students to hard physical labor?
(a) To get them away from violence on campus.
(b) To help them understand and unite with the workers.
(c) To help them develop better physical conditioning.
(d) To provide them material about which to write.

11. What new family responsibility did Yue Daiyun assume at her mother-in-law's request?
(a) Housecleaning.
(b) Cooking.
(c) Family finances.
(d) Child care.

12. What necessary tool did the Beida students accuse the work team of failing to employ?
(a) Logic.
(b) Compassion.
(c) Reason.
(d) Violence.

13. How did Yue Daiyun learn to carry water?
(a) In handheld buckets.
(b) On her head.
(c) In a wheelbarrow.
(d) On a shoulder pole.

14. Why did Yue Daiyun refuse expensive wedding gifts?
(a) She knew her friends and family had limited resources.
(b) She was a simple person.
(c) She wanted her wedding to be a revolutionary occasion.
(d) She was embarrassed by her family's prosperity.

15. What first shook Yue Daiyun's faith in the Communist party?
(a) Being forced to criticize others.
(b) Criticism of Lao Tang's friendship with her.
(c) Facing criticism as a rightist.
(d) Realizing that the famine in 1959 was manmade.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why did Old Uncle say that he shared food with Yue Daiyun rather than eating it himself?

2. Who was Yue Daiyun's first love?

3. Why was Yue Daiyun's sister-in-law's father imprisoned?

4. How did Chairman Mao refer to Nie Yuanzi?

5. What unexpected speaker came to the meeting on July 22 during the student struggles?

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