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The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America Quiz

Louis Menand
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Eventually G. Stanley Hall was able to talk his employer into sending him to _______ to study more. (from Part 4, Chapter 11 Baltimore, Section 3)


_________, after initially giving up his identity as a Jew, regained his religion and came up with the dual identity theory. (from Part 5, Chapter 14 Pluralisms, Section 2)


An individual could not have a right or a freedom unless ___________ as a whole had it first. (from Part 5, Chapter 15 Freedoms, Section 1)


A land grant was received for the school that stipulated that it be run by __________. (from Part 3, Chapter 9 The Metaphysical Club, Section 5)


Morris returned to the University of Michigan and _______ followed him. (from Part 4, Chapter 11 Baltimore, Section 5)

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