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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What prompts Health and Human Services to attend a CSG meeting for the first time?
(a) Anthrax is found in a Cogressman's mail.
(b) The Pentagon wants to start a biological weapons program.
(c) A chemical agent is released in Tokyo.
(d) Clinton wants to initiate a national medical emergency plan.
2. What does Ressam's custody lead to?
(a) An ex-cab driver in Boston.
(b) Attack plans on Times Square.
(c) A sleeper cell in Montreal.
(d) Attack plans on a Radisson Hotel for Millenium New Year.
3. Why does the CSG not take extra measures to snatch Khalid Sheik Muhammad?
(a) They do not realize he is the mastermind behind WTC until after 9/11.
(b) Qatar's government gives them no choice.
(c) They believe Muhammad is a bumbling fool and thinks it will be easy.
(d) Division within CSG takes over the goal of the snatch.
4. Of the listed nations, which does NOT have close relations and influence with the Taliban?
(b) Saudi Arabia.
(d) United Arab Emirates.
5. Where does CSG send specialized security after their meeting on August 8, 1998?
(a) U.S. Embassy in Albania.
(b) All armed force bases in Lebanon.
(c) Major U.S. airports.
(d) U.S Embassy in all northern African nations.
6. No longer part of the Principals Committee, who does CSG now report to?
(d) Deputy Secretaries.
7. To get fresh eyes looking for bin Laden, what does the CSG turn to?
(a) Predators, (unmanned aircrafts).
(b) Allying with Russia.
(c) Left behind dissidents in Sudan.
(d) American born Afghanistans that are loyal to the U.S.
8. When George W. Bush becomes President, what is the early focus in 2001?
(a) Counter-terrorism at all costs.
(b) Opening pipelines in Alaska.
(c) China and an antimissile defense system.
9. Under the Bush administration, who chairs the NSC Principals meeting?
10. The Principals agree to examine what policy?
(a) Policy on snatches.
(b) Policy on targeted assassinations.
(c) Policy on sanctions.
(d) Policy on "retaliation."
11. What is the government's response to the rise in terrorism during Clinton's administration?
(a) Most go to work waiting for something big to happen.
(b) Some are alarmed, but most do not see the urgency.
(c) Senior officials feel prepared and are not worried.
(d) The Pentagon seems worried, but the White House does not see the urgency.
12. Who vetoes the snatch against Usama bin Laden in 96-97?
(a) Tony Lake.
(b) Clarke and Tenet.
(c) Janet Reno.
(d) Clinton and Gore.
13. What causes Downing, Clarke's CSG replacement, to quit?
(a) Inability to respond effectively during emergencies.
(b) Pressure from Bush's administration so they can appoint someone close.
(c) Frsutration at the Administration's bureaucratic response to threat.
(d) Stress at CSG members' inability to cooperate with one another.
14. Why is the Pol-Mil Plan called "Top Secret Delenda?"
(a) Because that is the code name for bin Laden.
(b) Because Delenda is an evil shepherd in the bible who teaches hate.
(c) Because al Qaeda must be destroyed.
(d) Because that is where bin Laden's cave is located.
15. What does Clarke request from Rice?
(a) A new deputy.
(b) To become head of new Critical Infrastructure Protection and Cyber Security
(c) Funding to infiltrate Afghanistan with Predators.
(d) To reinstate CSG in NSC.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does al Qaeda indirectly fund terrorism so they are not caught?
2. What assures Clarke of the "conceptual breakthrough" that terrorism is now a concern for many?
3. Clarke models his work with Will Wechsler after seeing success against what other crime group?
4. Who does al Qaeda ally with to create a stronger army?
5. What does the U.S. prepare for because it is a likely agent for a mass civilian attack?
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