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Question 1: Having encountered survivors of the ________, his parents taught Marshall about the dangers of racism and anti-Semitism.
Responsibility for the HolocaustHolocaust (resources)The HolocaustAntisemitism

Question 2: What ________ called "the fierce urgency of now" focused the voter's hopes on the imminent election.
Southern Christian Leadership ConferenceRosa ParksAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Martin Luther King, Jr.

Question 3: The Camp Obama model was first tested in a project for the ________, in which Ganz teamed up with Harvard psychology professor Ruth Wageman in an effort to improve the volunteer programs of local chapters.
John MuirYosemite National ParkDavid BrowerSierra Club

Question 4: He also worked on campaigns of such unions as the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union (HERE), Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and the ________.
International Longshore and Warehouse UnionInternational Longshoremen's AssociationScreen Actors GuildJewish Labor Committee

Question 5: Ganz begins with the famous three questions of ________, "If I am not for myself, who will be?
Hillel the ElderTannaimElisha ben AbuyahShammai

Question 6: Ganz was born in Bay City, Michigan, in 1943, and grew up in Fresno and ________.
Bakersfield, CaliforniaKern County, CaliforniaStockton, CaliforniaFresno, California

Question 7: Chavez's background in the ________ tradition shaped Ganz's understanding of organizing.
Democratic Party (United States)2008 Republican National ConventionBarack ObamaCommunity organizing

Question 8: In fall 1965 Ganz returned to California to work with ________ to organize agricultural workers.
César ChávezUnited Farm WorkersMexican AmericanColegio Cesar Chavez

Question 9: He entered Harvard in fall 1960 but left before graduating in 1964 to volunteer for the Mississippi Summer Project, where he helped organize the ________ delegation to the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
Fannie Lou HamerAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Mississippi Freedom Democratic PartyStudent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

Question 10: Marshall Ganz (born March 14, 1943) is a lecturer in public policy at the Kennedy School of Government at ________.
Harvard UniversityBrown UniversityRutgers UniversityHarvard Crimson


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