Part I: Seeds, December 11, 1906 - May 15, 1939
1. When does the period Ross covers in 'Unintended Consequences' begin?
2. What genre is 'Unintended Consequences'?
(a) Historical fiction.
(d) Science fiction.
3. For what topic does the first chapter "Seeds" lay the foundation for?
(a) Modern terrorism.
(b) Modern gun culture.
(c) Modern legal theory.
(d) Postmodern political regulations.
4. Who was Ad Topperwine?
(a) A sharpshooter.
(b) A policeman.
(c) A hunter.
(d) A gun dealer.
5. Who did Ad Topperwine work for?
(a) The FBI.
(b) Winchester guns.
(c) Dorchester, MA police.
(d) Winchester, CT police.
6. What is Ad Topperwine testing in the first chapter?
(a) An automatic artillery piece.
(b) A semi-automatic pistol.
(c) An automatic rifle.
(d) A new semi-automatic rifle.
7. Who designed the weapon Ad Topperwine is testing?
(a) Samuel Colt.
(b) John Browning.
(c) Simon Winchester.
(d) Smith & Wesson.
8. What does Ad Topperwine have in common with the designer?
(a) They were both contractors.
(b) They were both soldiers.
(c) They were both gun enthusiasts.
(d) They were both government researchers.
9. What do Ad Topperwine and the designer support?
(a) Government gun regulation.
(b) Selling weapons to foreign countries.
(c) Individual gun ownership.
(d) Arming insurgencies.
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