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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. Where did Irwin Mann get the weapons he learns to use?
(a) He owned them from childhood.
(c) The Army.
(d) He stole them.
2. What is the outcome of the case Ray Johnson takes for Pedro Gutierrez?
(a) $7 million settlement.
(b) No settlement.
(c) $500,000 settlement.
(d) $70 million settlement.
3. What does Ray Johnson do when he hears about what happened?
(a) Comes home to file a lawsuit.
(b) Decides to stay in Africa.
(c) Decides to avenge the deaths.
(d) Quits his job to live on the settlement.
4. What happens during Ray Johnson's trip?
(a) His parents are killed.
(b) He gets involved with a murder.
(c) Pedro Gutierrez's child dies.
(d) Henry Bowman's father dies.
5. What comes into focus as the narrative moves closer to World War II?
(a) Persecution of Jews.
(b) Persecution of Native Americans.
(c) Government overreach.
(d) Harassment of Southern blacks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are federal agents looking for in the first chapter?
2. Henry Bowman's father tells Henry that he might have to protect ___________.
3. For what topic does the first chapter "Seeds" lay the foundation for?
4. When does Cameron Wilcox suffer personal disasters?
5. Where does Buell Jenkins work?
Short Essay Questions
1. What law do Henry Bowman and his friends resent?
2. Who is Ad Topperwine?
3. Who is Harold Gaines?
4. What do Ad Topperwine and John Browning have in common?
5. How does John Ross treat the United States government's violence against veterans and the Nazi government's persecution of Jews differently?
6. What had Ray Johnson just finished when we see him in 1959?
7. Who is the Gutierrez family?
8. What is Henry Bowman fascinated with when we meet him in 1959?
9. What happens to Irwin Mann in Poland?
10. What does Henry Bowman say about the assassination of President Kennedy?
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