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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Cheney promise the Saudi King as a liaison of President George H.W. Bush?
(a) U.S. forces will leave as soon as the war is over.
(b) U.S. will sell as many arms to Saudi Arabia as it needs.
(c) U.S. will send forces whenever the Saudi King asks.
(d) U.S. will no longer have an alliance with Israel.
2. Which countries are involved with the bombings of Marine barracks in Lebanon?
(b) Syria and Iran.
(c) Iran and Iraq.
3. How does Clarke begin making enemies with his own government?
(a) Publicly scrutinizing the idea that they are involved with the Middle East.
(b) Becoming too close to Israelis.
(c) Admonishing the Reagan administration for their strategies.
(d) Getting too close to Reagan and funneling money into his department.
4. What is Clinton's reaction to the terrorist attempt on George H.W. Bush?
(a) He wants a diplomatic meeting with Hussein, but upon refusal uses military action.
(b) He wants to retaliate in action, not sanctions.
(c) He is angered by the fact that George H.W. Bush allowed Hussein to live after the Persian Gulf War.
(d) He prefers sanctions, but is convinced by his men to take military actions.
5. What strategic move does Iraq implement once U.S. begins their airstrike?
(a) Bomb Saudi Arabian oil fields.
(b) Capture high officials of Kuwait as hostages.
(c) Take American and U.K. reporters as hostages.
(d) Launch missiles on Israel.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Clinton get assurance that the U.S. bomb hit its target in Iraq?
2. How does Clarke quell issues with Israel in regards to selling arms to South Africa?
3. What concerns does the FBI have with the new counter-terrorism policy?
4. El Sayyid Nosair's legal bills are paid by whom?
5. According to Clarke, what is one factor that stops counter-terrorism policies from passing in Congress?
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