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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. Whose actions does Eleanor Roosevelt mimic in the White House so as to pay attention to individuals instead of groups of people?
(a) Her grandmother
(b) Her husband, the President of the United States
(c) Queen Elizabeth
(d) The Secretary of State
2. What does Eleanor Roosevelt mimic in Bombay that brings her an ovation?
(a) their cooking skills
(b) their greeting
(c) their language
(d) their religion
3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt discuss when she talks about usefulness being a type of love?
(a) her granddaughter organizing family vacations
(b) her granddaughter visiting the local hospital
(c) her granddaughter organizing a picnic
(d) her granddaughter visiting an orphanage
4. What is Eleanor Roosevelt's definition of success?
(a) living your potential and contributing
(b) raising a family and living your potential
(c) contributing and earning a living
(d) contributing to the world and paying back to society
5. What is the young couple offended by?
(a) their neighbors lifestyle
(b) their neighbors misogyny
(c) their neighbors politics
(d) their neighbors racism
Short Answer Questions
1. What does America owe public servants?
2. Why is Eleanor Roosevelt filled with misgivings at the end of her book?
3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt see as a major societal pressure?
4. Children must learn to face responsibility for their actions, but what is also important to allow them to make?
5. What is an important feature about a volunteer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Eleanor Roosevelt have to say about the weight of delinquency and how it begins?
2. According to Eleanor Roosevelt, what is important to learn about the modern world that helps with respect and individuality?
3. What are several things that one must face before becoming a public servant?
4. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe that people's ambitions should be about?
5. What happens to Eleanor Roosevelt's mother's cousin that teachers her about the need to feel useful?
6. What is the key to democracy, according to Thomas Jefferson?
7. What is the definition of usefulness in the book?
8. How does Eleanor Roosevelt believe people should regard their mistakes?
9. What actions did The King of England do with the CCC camp as well as at a tea party in the White House that left a particularly favorable impression with Eleanor Roosevelt?
10. Why is the United States often despised by other nations?
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