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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1, Chapters 3 - 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why did fundamentalists see accepting government funds as a virtuous act?
(a) They were fueling the economy.
(b) They were doing God's will.
(c) They were helping with its destruction.
(d) They were being charitable in return.
2. After the Edmunds Tucker Act of 1887, what did fundamentalist believe a new prophet would bring?
(a) A new promise land.
(b) Money and celebrity for the church.
(c) A new take on government.
(d) The return of polygamy.
3. What effect did the strict regulations on sex in fundamentalist communities have, according to Debbie?
(a) People were afraid of their husbands.
(b) People were much more at ease.
(c) Sexual assault was rare and severely punished.
(d) Sexual assault was common amongst teens.
4. When Linda was asked about her life with Green, her husband, what did she say?
(a) She wanted him to marry more women.
(b) She wasn't abused.
(c) She wanted another husband.
(d) She was afraid of him.
5. How was sex regulated in fundamentalist Mormon communities?
(a) It could only happen on every anniversary.
(b) It could only happen when one was selected from the lottery.
(c) It could only happen once a week.
(d) It could only happen if a woman was ovulating.
Short Answer Questions
1. What idea of Mormon families was the biggest problem to Debbie Palmer?
2. According to Krakauer, why did Smart's abduction draw so much attention and a thorough search?
3. In "Under the Banner of Heaven," what does Krakauer believe is the biggest disagreement between fundamentalists and modern Mormons?
4. What does Krakuer explain is his larger objective in the story of the Laffertys?
5. According to Krakauer, why was the search for Ruby Jessop less thorough than for Elizabeth Smart?
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