Study Guide

In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash Quiz

Jean Shepherd
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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Because of the Great Depression, people are in need of: (from Chapters 9-10, I Introduce Flick to the Art World and My Old Man and the Lascivious Special Award that Heralded the Birth of Pop Art)


What makes Ralph shudder when he hears polka music? (from Chapters 27-28, Polka Time and Nevermore,' Quoth the Assessor, 'Nevermore...)


In the Midwest, Ralph says that storytelling revolved around: (from Chapters 21-22, Enter Friendly Fred and The Perfect Crime)


How does Ralph feel when his father pulls up in the driveway when he gets home after his incident with Grover Dill? (from Chapters 13-14, Flick Dredges up a Notorious Son of a Bitch and Grover Dill and the Tasmanian Devil)


When did Ralph start thinking about the candy store? (from Chapters 19-20, We Have Two Small Visitors and Old Man Pulaski and the Infamous Jaw-Breaker Blackmail Caper)

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