Looking Backward: 2000-1887 Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What analogy does Julian use for society in 1887? (from Chapter 28)

2.

When an individual has a serious criticism or opinion, how does he share it with the people? (from Chapter 15)

3.

What does Dr. Leete feel about parental responsibilities of the 19th century? (from Chapter 25)

4.

What do higher positions within the industrial army require of women? (from Chapter 25)

5.

Why are newspapers better at serving the people in 2000 than in 1887? (from Chapter 15)

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