Mid-Book Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Clarke believes the "Caliphate" movement will result in what kind of society?
(a) A repressive 14th century literalist theocracy.
(b) A step backward to times before segregation of church and state.
(c) A government run with corruption and by fundamentalists.
(d) A freer society with greater religious understanding.
2. Who else wants to convict Omar Abdel Rahman for terrorism?
(c) Saudi Arabia.
3. What is the general response as Clarke and his team make an effort for an air defense system in D.C.?
(a) They think he is nuts.
(b) They believe he is too involved with conspiracy theories.
(c) They completely agree and back him.
(d) They think he is creative, but disagree with the immediate need.
4. Of the following, which military action does NOT occur?
(a) Combat Air Patrol coverage over New York and D.C.
(b) The Army deployed to New York City.
(c) The National Guard deployed to New York.
(d) An Atlantic fleet heads toward New York.
5. In addition to closing airways, what does Clarke want to safeguard?
(a) All federal buildings in all states are to close.
(b) Harbors and borders.
(c) Major highways to and from New York City.
(d) Historical landmarks in New York and D.C.
6. Why is it important to have Arab nations as allies when the U.S. goes to war against Iraq?
(a) It helps keep Israel's good relationship.
(b) It helps protect the U.S.'s image in the Muslim world.
(c) They are the next rising superpower.
(d) Otherwise, they will ally with Iraq against the U.S.
7. Of those listed, which is NOT an option as a retaliation effort against Iran for the Khobar attack?
(a) Ally with Saudi Arabia for a small-scale attack.
(b) Attack Iranian sponsored terrorist camps in Lebanon.
(c) Employ an intelligence operation.
(d) Convince allies to an economic boycott.
8. Initially, plans are to have Combat Air Patrol (CAP) over New York and D.C. Clarke then orders CAPs over every major city in the country. What causes him to extend the plans even further?
(a) The crash into the Pentagon.
(b) The movement of the President away from the Northeast.
(c) The crash into the Sears Tower.
(d) The crash in New York.
9. What influences the U.S to stop their attack on Iraq?
(a) Hussein surrenders under certain terms.
(b) The U.S. news begins negative coverage of the war.
(c) Terrorism begins in the homeland.
(d) The Saudi King asks them to stop.
10. What problematic turn occurs in 1985 that alarms the U.S.?
(a) Israel and Iran are under terrorist attacks from one another.
(b) Russia is now invading Pakistan.
(c) Syria adds help to Iran.
(d) Russia is winning the war against Afghanistan.
11. What gets the Pentagon angry at the President's response to the Khobar attack?
(a) Clinton wants the FBI to hold investigation information from the Pentagon.
(b) Clinton agrees to investigation of military laxness.
(c) Clinton allows Saudi Arabia to head the investigation.
(d) Clinton does not want military retaliation.
12. When Clarke returns to the White House after a short break on 9/12, what does he hear Rumsfeld discussing?
(a) Precautions before entering a war.
(b) How to get Pakistan's support.
(c) Ways to attack Afghanistan.
(d) War with Iraq.
13. What occurs after the U.S. leaves Iraq and Kuwait?
(a) The Republican Guards kill all that revolted against Hussein.
(b) Hussein begins an alliance with bin Laden.
(c) Hussein begins to threaten Israel.
(d) The Shi'a takes over the government.
14. What does the U.S. buy from Israel?
(a) Anti-missile lasers.
(c) Hind-D helicopters.
(d) Unmanned aerial vehicles and air-to-ground smart bombs.
15. What is the CIA's view on Iraq's intentions concerning Kuwait before the Persian Gulf War begins?
(a) Iraq is willing to do whatever it takes to get Kuwait's oil fields.
(b) Iraq is desparate to take Kuwait.
(c) Iraq is working in cahoots with Kuwait.
(d) Iraq is just intimidating Kuwait.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who invites Usama bin Laden into their country?
2. What does the U.S. assume as they allow the Iraqi troops to withdraw intact?
3. What is the FBI' s role in the World Trade Center bombing?
4. After homeland issues are assured in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, what is the Situation Room's next topic?
5. How do the surviving families of TWA 800 respond to Clinton's visit?
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