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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. Why do so few people become public servants?
(a) because it is public work
(b) because it holds an uncertain future
(c) because the risk is bigger than the reward
(d) because it is hard work
2. In what country does Eleanor Roosevelt blunder?
3. What must a public servant have a genuine love of in order to be successful?
4. What does Eleanor Roosevelt discuss when she talks about usefulness being a type of love?
(a) her granddaughter visiting an orphanage
(b) her granddaughter visiting the local hospital
(c) her granddaughter organizing a picnic
(d) her granddaughter organizing family vacations
5. What does Eleanor Roosevelt have to say about fashion?
(a) wear what looks best on you
(b) look to the fashion greats for inspiration
(c) follow fashion based on how it makes you feel
(d) have confidence in one's own taste
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of behavior is surprisingly less proportionate among the poor because children feel they are needed by their family?
2. What is an important feature about a volunteer?
3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt consider herself to be?
4. Whose actions does Eleanor Roosevelt mimic in the White House so as to pay attention to individuals instead of groups of people?
5. What is the name of the multicultural group of youths who assemble to discuss politics?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the definition of usefulness in the book?
2. What are the main expectations for a congressman or senator?
3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe that people's ambitions should be about?
4. What does Eleanor Roosevelt have to say about the weight of delinquency and how it begins?
5. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe is a great danger to society?
6. How is conformity promoted in the workplace and how does the individual rise from the pressure?
7. Define what politics is, according to Eleanor Roosevelt, and how citizens can best become involved?
8. How does Eleanor Roosevelt believe people should regard their mistakes?
9. What inspiration does the Queen Mother Elizabeth of England give to Eleanor Roosevelt?
10. How do people choose their beliefs?
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