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Question 1: Before forming a church, ________ had become enamored by communism and frustrated by the harassment communists received in the U.S.
Jim JonesPeoples TempleJonestownTimothy Stoen

Question 2: [6][20] The addition of deputy district attorney ________ greatly increased the Temple's credibility in the area, quickly increasing membership.
Jim JonesJonestownTimothy StoenPeoples Temple

Question 3: [80] The community created on this property was called the ________, or informally, "Jonestown".
Jim JonesLeo RyanJonestown conspiracy theoryJonestown

Question 4: The Temple's public profile was further elevated when Jones was appointed to the ________ Human Rights Commission.
IndianapolisFort Wayne, IndianaNoblesville, IndianaEvansville, Indiana

Question 5:
Which of the following labels did Peoples Temple work with?
Square Enix
Braswell/Bazzani Music Group

Question 6: However, within that structure, Temple members were subjected unwittingly and gradually to sophisticated mind control and behavior modification techniques borrowed from post-revolutionary ________ and North Korea.
Time in ChinaProvince (China)ChinaReligion in China

Question 7: [2] By the late 1960s, Jones began openly revealing in Temple sermons his "Apostolic ________" concept.
SocialismKarl MarxSocialist stateMarxism

Question 8: Although he feared a backlash for being a communist, Jones was surprised when a Methodist superintendent (whom he had not met through the ________) helped him into the church, despite his knowledge that Jones was a communist.
Democratic Party (United States)Communist Party USASocialist Workers Party (United States)Republican Party (United States)

Question 9: [68] It also enjoyed long relationships with Angela Davis and ________ co-founder Dennis Banks.
Russell MeansMinnesotaAmerican Indian MovementPine Ridge Indian Reservation

Question 10: Peoples Temple was a pseudo-religious organization founded in 1955 by ________ that, by the mid-1970s, included over a dozen locations in California including its headquarters in San Francisco.
Timothy StoenJonestown conspiracy theoryJonestownJim Jones


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