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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What causes Downing, Clarke's CSG replacement, to quit?
(a) Frsutration at the Administration's bureaucratic response to threat.
(b) Stress at CSG members' inability to cooperate with one another.
(c) Inability to respond effectively during emergencies.
(d) Pressure from Bush's administration so they can appoint someone close.
2. How does Watson get FBI supervisors to participate in looking for al Qaeda cells?
(a) He promises bonuses when he gets information on al Qaeda.
(b) He threatens their bonuses, promotion and city assignments.
(c) He gets Gore to speak directly with them.
(d) He shows them evidence that cells exist in their cities.
3. Under the Bush administration, who chairs the NSC Principals meeting?
4. What is Sandy Berger's advice to Clarke to get varying departments concerned about chemical/biological weapons prevention and response?
(a) Flatter them on their department's useful knowledge and know-how.
(b) Scare them into it.
(c) Offer increased budgets with their participation.
(d) Threaten budget cuts.
5. Who throws a fit about discussion of al Qaeda at a committee meeting with CSG?
(a) Dick Cheney.
(b) Donald Rumsfeld.
(c) Paul Wolfowitz.
(d) Rich Armitage.
6. What prohibits the FBI from being able to do much research into al Qaeda cells?
(a) Lack of internet.
(c) Pavitt's belief that al Qaeda is not important.
(d) Attorney General Guidelines.
7. What characteristic does Usama bin Laden look for in jihad availability?
(a) Muslim minorities who want to gain independence.
(b) Countries where Muslim factions fight with one another.
(c) Small countries that are threatened by superpowers.
(d) Christian nations.
8. As an Assistant Secretary of State, what information does Clarke learn about the Soviet Union's weapons programs?
(a) They instituted a biological weapons program in 1984.
(b) They were properly destroyed in 1973.
(c) They did not destroy their biological weapons programs in 1973.
(d) They never had a valid biological or chemical weapons program to fear.
9. What does Clarke threaten in a media interview?
(a) Any country known to fund terrorists will have sanctions placed.
(b) Next al Qaeda attack will hold Taliban responsible.
(c) Taliban should be aware of Northern Alliance's new ally.
(d) Clarke has a contract out for bin Laden's death.
10. What does Clarke suggest will help weaken the Taliban?
(a) Helping the Northern Alliance.
(b) Strengthen U.S. friendship with Pakistan.
(c) Improve U.S. relations with developing countries.
(d) Using the Taliban's own bombing tactics on their known facilities.
11. What weapons do the Aum utilize?
(a) Sarin nerve gas.
(b) Homemade bombs.
(d) Smallpox virus.
12. Where does Wechsler learn that al Qaeda gets most of its finances from?
(a) From bin Laden's valid personal businesses.
(b) His father's business.
(c) Non-government organizations and Islamic charities.
(d) The Sudanese government.
13. Why is the Pol-Mil Plan called "Top Secret Delenda?"
(a) Because al Qaeda must be destroyed.
(b) Because that is the code name for bin Laden.
(c) Because that is where bin Laden's cave is located.
(d) Because Delenda is an evil shepherd in the bible who teaches hate.
14. How does al Qaeda indirectly fund terrorism so they are not caught?
(a) They use conterfeit money.
(b) They do not use a central banking system.
(c) Through fabricated charities, museums, mosques, and cultural centers all over the world.
(d) They keep all their money in the Caribbean or Switzerland.
15. Who does al Qaeda ally with to create a stronger army?
(a) Qatar's Shi'a population.
(c) Egyptian Islamic Jihad.
(d) The southern tribes in Sudan.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the first foreign rescue team to arrive in Africa when a terrorist attack hits U.S. soil?
2. What weakness do Rice and Hadley have in their new positions under George W. Bush's administration?
3. What happens to Clarke's best show-and-tell for his "Theme Day?"
4. What does Clinton reputedly say, as written in "USA Today" in 2001?
5. What does the Millennium After Action review mostly focus on?
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