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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. How to people choose their beliefs?
(a) through a series of trial and error
(b) through tenacity and persistence in finding the truth
(c) through their ability to stand up for their beliefs
(d) through the influence of their families
2. How does Eleanor Roosevelt believe that people should regard their mistakes?
(a) as experiences based on poor judgement
(b) as experiences that will help them become better people
(c) as experiences that will guide them to wiser decisions
(d) as experiences that should be examined
3. What reason does Eleanor Roosevelt give for the corruption that exists in politics?
(a) humans are gullible creatures
(b) politicians like to get away with things
(c) politicians are self-indulgent
(d) humans are in politics
4. Who does Eleanor Roosevelt reuse to walk behind as an example of showing disapproval in an inoffensive way when in a different country?
(a) the men in Japan
(b) a Senator at the White House
(c) a young woman in Bombay
(d) the Buddhist priest in Thailand
5. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe about most cultures?
(a) they are very different from each other
(b) they allow for change
(c) they are more similar than suggested
(d) they deserve the utmost care and respect
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Eleanor Roosevelt mimic in Bombay that brings her an ovation?
2. What mistake does a youth make that Eleanor Roosevelt takes a deep interest in?
3. Which organization is responsible for organizing a model assembly where each student represents a different country?
4. What should families share?
5. What do young people most believe in?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the United States often despised by other nations?
2. What are the main expectations for a congressman or senator?
3. What is Eleanor Roosevelt's definition of success and what primary figure does she give an example of an individual who lived a life of nonconformity?
4. How do people create themselves and who do they blame for their mistakes?
5. What inspiration does the Queen Mother Elizabeth of England give to Eleanor Roosevelt?
6. Define what politics is, according to Eleanor Roosevelt, and how citizens can best become involved?
7. How do people choose their beliefs?
8. How does Eleanor Roosevelt believe people should regard their mistakes?
9. Why doe few people deliberately prepare to become public servants?
10. How is conformity promoted in the workplace and how does the individual rise from the pressure?
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