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The Color of Water Quiz 3
1. Why did Ruth decide to move her family to Delaware?
- Because she had relatives in Delaware
- Because she could no longer afford the house in New York
- Because the city of New York told her they needed to tear down her house
- Because she was offered a good job in Wilmington
2. Why did James like the idea of moving to Delaware?
- Because he wanted a fresh start
- Because he hated New York
- Because they had relatives in Delaware
- Because he knew there was a good music program in Wilmington
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