Study Guide

Bowling Alone Quiz

Robert D. Putnam
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


How long had studies been conducted that showed that small schools tended to outperform large schools? (from Section 4: Chapter 17, Eduction and Children's Welfare)


Until 1870, how many inventions had been recognized by the U.S. Patent Office? (from Section 5: Chapter 23, Lessons of History: The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era)


In 1998, how many American adults had college degrees? (from Section 3: Chapter 10, Introduction)


In the 1950s, how many Americans changed residence each year? (from Section 3: Chapter 12, Mobility and Sprawl)


By what date did Putnam want to ensure that Americans' level of civic engagement matched the social capital available in their grandparents' era? (from Section 5, Chapter 24, Toward an Agenda for Social Capitalists)

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