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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. No longer part of the Principals Committee, who does CSG now report to?
(c) Deputy Secretaries.
2. What does the State Department originally have for anthrax prevention?
(a) They do not even know what anthrax is.
(b) Current research but nothing proven.
(c) A horse.
(d) Enough vaccinations for high officials.
3. According to Clarke, what is the global response to the U.S.'s invasion of Iraq after 9/11?
(a) Heightened hatred for America among Muslim youth.
(b) Surprise positive response from other Muslim nations.
(c) General support to finally oust Hussein.
(d) Western support but larger relationship gap from Muslim countries.
4. According to Will Wechsler, where do people think bin Laden gets his finances from?
(a) Small donations from his followers.
(b) The Sudanese government.
(c) His father.
(d) The Saudi Arabian government.
5. What does Clarke work on with Arms Control Director Ron Lehmen to verify "innocent' chemical plants?
(a) An Alternative Energy Pact.
(b) A Weapons of Mass Destruction Protocol.
(c) A Nuclear Power Inspection Committee.
(d) A Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty.
6. What assures Clarke of the "conceptual breakthrough" that terrorism is now a concern for many?
(a) The media's greater interest in his work.
(b) Shalala saying Health and Human Services is a key part in the fight against terrorism.
(c) Public Health agencies meeting ont he subject.
(d) 20/20 does a special on chemical and biological weapons.
7. What does Ressam's custody lead to?
(a) A sleeper cell in Montreal.
(b) Attack plans on a Radisson Hotel for Millenium New Year.
(c) An ex-cab driver in Boston.
(d) Attack plans on Times Square.
8. What does Cofer Black inform Clarke in early December 1999?
(a) Times Square is a prime target for an al Qaeda attack.
(b) al Qaeda cells are now known to be in the U.S.
(c) Jordan infiltrated an al Qaeda cell with numerous millenium attack plans.
(d) DOD will no longer be able to finance their attack operations for counter-terrorism.
9. Of the following, which is NOT a lesson learned in Charlie Allen's assembly of intelligence agencies?
(a) There are less possiblities of weapons locations than they realized.
(b) It is easier to hide weapons of mass destruction than find them.
(c) The agencies never got together to consider al Qaeda's weapons before.
(d) It is impossible to prove al Qaeda does not have weapons of mass destruction.
10. What is the government's response to the rise in terrorism during Clinton's administration?
(a) Some are alarmed, but most do not see the urgency.
(b) Most go to work waiting for something big to happen.
(c) The Pentagon seems worried, but the White House does not see the urgency.
(d) Senior officials feel prepared and are not worried.
11. Of the listed nations, which does NOT have close relations and influence with the Taliban?
(c) Saudi Arabia.
(d) United Arab Emirates.
12. What does the FBI notice in the summer of 2001?
(a) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.
(b) Strange events in flight schools across U.S.
(c) They are the prime department to catch al Qaeda.
(d) There are no active al Qaeda cells in the U.S.
13. The Principals agree to examine what policy?
(a) Policy on targeted assassinations.
(b) Policy on "retaliation."
(c) Policy on sanctions.
(d) Policy on snatches.
14. By what year do the U.S. Departments all agree that bin Laden is the mastermind in global terrorism?
15. What is expected to happen on August 20, 1998?
(a) Snipers are to take out bin Laden.
(b) U.S. will bomb Iran.
(c) Congress will vote on Clinton's impeachment.
(d) Usama bin Laden is to meet his high officials.
Short Answer Questions
1. What prohibits the FBI from being able to do much research into al Qaeda cells?
2. What does Clarke suggest will help weaken the Taliban?
3. Why is the Pol-Mil Plan called "Top Secret Delenda?"
4. What does the U.S. prepare for because it is a likely agent for a mass civilian attack?
5. Why do some people feel secure about future terrorist attacks?
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