1. Who is the first character to speak in the play?
2. How is Fatt described?
(a) A fat man of porcine appearance.
(b) A round guy with piggy appearance.
(c) A red-faced porker.
(d) A fat man with puffy cheeks.
3. What is the role of the character chewing on a toothpick?
(a) To bring food.
(b) To maintain order.
(c) To get the minutes approved.
(d) To keep score for the game.
4. To whom is the first character speaking?
(a) A church fundraising group.
(b) Concerned workers.
(c) Angry parents of little leaguers.
(d) Poker friends.
5. Why do the characters assemble in the first scene?
(a) To talk about a strike.
(b) To eat dinner at a restaurant.
(c) To listen to sports on radio.
(d) To play a game of cards.
6. What two unions have failed at past strikes?
(a) Textile and taxi drivers.
(b) Teamsters and canners.
(c) Textile and steel.
(d) Dock and auto workers.
7. Who is the "top man" behind workers?
(a) The boss and his executives.
(b) Union representatives.
(d) The man in the White House.
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