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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part I: Seeds, December 11, 1906 - May 15, 1939.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What opposition do the court cases set up?
(a) Between gun owners and gun manufacturers.
(b) Between the federal government and gun culture.
(c) Between private citizens and government agents.
(d) Between law enforcement and gun owners.
2. Who do the federal agents find?
(a) A woman.
(b) One judge.
(c) A family.
(d) Two brothers.
3. What is Ross emphasizing by placing his focus on this narrative?
(a) The right to own guns.
(b) The danger of gun ownership.
(c) The need to regulate gun ownership.
(d) The importance of gun ownership.
4. What is Zofia's family's relationship with the Nazis?
(a) They are embraced by them.
(b) They are killed by them.
(c) They are hidden from them.
(d) They are threatened by them.
5. What theme runs through the first chapter?
(a) Individuals needing to protect themselves from the government.
(b) Government needing to regulate the production of guns.
(c) The need for education regarding gun use.
(d) People creating their own justice with guns.
Short Answer Questions
1. What charges can the federal agents NOT arrest this person or these people on?
2. What law does a federal judge strike down in freeing the person or people arrested in the first chapter?
3. What is Ad Topperwine testing in the first chapter?
4. For what topic does the first chapter "Seeds" lay the foundation for?
5. What comes into focus as the narrative moves closer to World War II?
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