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Question 1: How the Other Half Lives later inspired ________'s The People of the Abyss (1903).
Oakland, CaliforniaIna CoolbrithRobert E. HowardJack London

Question 2: Homeless advocates accuse the founder, Ben Rogovy, and the process, of ________ the poor and take particular offense to the use of the word "bum" which is generally considered pejorative.
MarxismCapital accumulationExploitationCapitalism

Question 3: In 1933, George Orwell wrote about poverty in London and Paris, in his book ________.
Animal FarmKeep the Aspidistra FlyingGeorge Orwell bibliographyDown and Out in Paris and London

Question 4: Communicable diseases are of great concern, especially ________, which spreads more easily in crowded homeless shelters in high density urban settings.
TuberculosisPathogenic bacteriaLeprosyAnthrax

Question 5: ________ in an unoccupied house where a homeless person may live without payment and without the owner's knowledge or permission.
Emma GoldmanMikhail BakuninSquattingAnarchist terminology

Question 6: In 1991, in England, a street newspaper, following on the New York model was established, called ________ and was published weekly.
Das MegaphonPut DomoiThe Big IssueReal Change

Question 7: Residential ________, where a bed as opposed to an entire room can be rented cheaply in a dorm-like environment.
TourismWorld Tourism rankingsTravel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportHotel

Question 8: ________.
Star-BannerTelegram & GazetteThe Boston GlobeThe New York Times

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  A homeless person sleeping at the bus stop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  Homeless man in Prague, Czech Republic
  A homeless man lives in a sewer, Vienna, Austria, 1900.
  Tents for homeless people on the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris, December 2006-January 2007, put there by the Enfants de Don Quichotte

Question 10: ________ release and re-entry into society.
PrisonUnited KingdomUnited StatesCapital punishment

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