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Trivia

APCs Insider, November 22, 2013

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Which Founding Father thought the turkey should replace the eagle as the national bird, calling it a much more respectable bird … though a little vain and silly, a bird of courage.”

a. Benjamin Franklin

b. John Adams

c. George Washington

d. Thomas Jefferson

Think you know the answer? E-mail Editor Steven Andrews. If you are one of five randomly selected readers to answer correctly the day you receive your issue, you’ll receive a free three-month trial subscription to the HCPro newsletter of your choice. 

Last week’s question

What was the first sentence recorded by Thomas Edison on the phonograph?

a. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

b. Is this thing on?

c. Jack and Jill went up the hill.

d. Mary had a little lamb.

The correct answer is D. Edison created the phonograph in 1877 while working on concepts for improving the telegram and telephone. 



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