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Session_22_quiz[1] - See p. 98. C) Neither A nor B....

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Question 1 What is The End of the Road? A) A song that the troops sang while marching. B) A film about venereal disease and sexual purity. See pages 91-92. C) A book about battle strategy.
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Question 2 How, according to Bristow, did CTCA objectify women? A) By implying that women were recreational commodities for the troops. See pages 93-98. B) By requiring women to fulfill traditional feminine standards. C) Neither A nor B. D) Both A and B.
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Question 3 What was Section 13? A) A law that allowed men to avoid military service if they were mentally ill. B) A part of the 1917 Draft Act that gave the War Secretary the power to prevent prostitution near military camps.
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Unformatted text preview: See p. 98. C) Neither A nor B. Question 4 CTCA tried to prevent prostitution both inside and outside of red-light districts. A) True. See pp. 98-113. B) False. Question 5 CTCA focused on prostitutes who traded sex for money, but declined to regulate promiscuous women who did not sell sex. A) True. B) False. See pages 113-119. Question 6 Bristow says that police and courts punished men as harshly as women. A) True. B) False. See pages 130-132. Question 7 Bristow argues that anti-prostitution efforts were motivated, in part, by anxiety about promiscuity as a symbol of societal disorder. A) True. See page 135. B) False....
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course PLSI 200 taught by Professor Schendan during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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