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The Wave

The Wave

  

by Todd Strasser

The Wave: Themes (for the most part) True or False

1. What does power do to most of the people involved in The Wave? -> It corrupts them.
2. According to The Wave, why is history important? -> It helps us build a better future by learning from past mistakes.
3. What does The Wave teach us about loyalty? -> You should never be blindly loyal to anyone.
4. What common trait do students who resist The Wave share? -> A strong sense of loyalty
5. What aspect of The Wave probably made most students join? -> The relief from the competitive atmosphere of high school

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