Reading Comprehension (CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II English): Questions 77 - 81 of 191

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In modern times Abraham lincoln stands as the model of a compassionate statesman. He showed this quality not only in striving for the emancipation of the American blacks but in the dignity with which he conducted the American Civil War. Lincoln did not fancy himself as a liberator. He thought it would be better for all if emancipation was a gradual process spread over many years. He proposed compensation for slave-owners in US bonds and grants for the rehabilitation of blacks - ‘colonisation’ as he called it. But fate was to deem otherwise. The haste with which the south wanted to break away from the Union with the North, compelled him to move faster than he expected. Perhaps more than most men of his time he had thought through the issue of slavery’. We must free the slaves’, he said, or be ourselves subdued ‘Before reading his first draft of the Proclamation of Emancipation, he told his colleagues. In giving freedom to the slaves, we assure freedom to the free’.

Lincoln replied. As of they never went to war?

When the news came of the victory of the Northern against the confederate forces, some one suggested that the head of the confederation Administration, Jefferson Davies, really ought to be hanged. ‘Judge not, that yet be not judged’.

Lincoln replied. As to the demand for the, prosecution of rebels, Lincoln replies. We must extinguish our resentments if we expect harmony and union. This was his last recorded utterance.

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Lincoln did not have any hatred for the slave-owners because-

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a.

they were not quality at all

b.

they all belonged to upper caste

c.

they were in a vast majority

d.

None of the above

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The incidents in the passage prove that Lincoln was-

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unduly concerned for the safety of rebels

b.

not an administrator

c.

sympathetic and kind-hearted states man

d.

afraid of the majority of slaves

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What came in Lincoln’s way of carrying out emancipation as a gradual process?

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a.

The haste of the South to break away from the union with the North

b.

The inadequate compensation given to slave - owners

c.

His proposition to give grant for the rehabilitation of slaves

d.

His own over enthusiasm to complete the process fast

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The term ‘colonisation’ as used in the passage means-

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handing over slaves to the slave-owners

b.

making separate dwelling arrangements for slave - owners

c.

efforts made by American blacks to free themselves

d.

None of the above

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Which of the following statements is true in the context of the passage?

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Lincoln turned down the demand of the prosecution of rebels

b.

Lincoln hailed the demand of hanging Jefferson Devies

c.

The Civil War was fought by the Northerners and Southerners against the enemies

d.

Lincoln wondered how mere compassion could lead to harmony

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