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Richard A. Clarke
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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. 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) Division within CSG takes over the goal of the snatch.
(c) They believe Muhammad is a bumbling fool and thinks it will be easy.
(d) Qatar's government gives them no choice.

2. How does Wolfowitz add to the threats in Indonesia?
(a) Be having Gelbard removed.
(b) By not reading intelligence reports on time.
(c) By giving false assurances to embassy staff.
(d) By giving false imformation to the amabassador.

3. How does al Qaeda indirectly fund terrorism so they are not caught?
(a) Through fabricated charities, museums, mosques, and cultural centers all over the world.
(b) They do not use a central banking system.
(c) They keep all their money in the Caribbean or Switzerland.
(d) They use conterfeit money.

4. What does Clarke request from Rice?
(a) To become head of new Critical Infrastructure Protection and Cyber Security
(b) A new deputy.
(c) To reinstate CSG in NSC.
(d) Funding to infiltrate Afghanistan with Predators.

5. What does the FBI notice in the summer of 2001?
(a) Strange events in flight schools across U.S.
(b) There are al Qaeda sleeper cells in the U.S.
(c) They are the prime department to catch al Qaeda.
(d) There are no active al Qaeda cells in the U.S.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who vetoes the snatch against Usama bin Laden in 96-97?

2. What does Clarke suggest will help weaken the Taliban?

3. The Principals agree to examine what policy?

4. What is the government's response to the rise in terrorism during Clinton's administration?

5. What does the Millennium After Action review mostly focus on?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why is the timing of a strike against al Qaeda questionable in relation to the President?

2. In terms of taking action against terrorism, where does the White House stand? The Pentagon? How is this seen in their decisions?

3. Compare and contrast "drug czar" with the new "terrorism czar."

4. How does Afghanistan fare after the Soviets leave at the end of the 1980's? When does Usama bin Laden return, and why at this particular time?

5. What is a Pol-Mil Plan? How does it get started?

6. In detail, describe the Cabinet meeting that gives the departments a wake-up call about how the U.S. lacks a chemical, biological and nuclear weapons response system.

7. Describe the political cartoon that reflects Clarke's feelings about the Bush administration. What does this motivate Clarke to do?

8. What rejuvenates Intelligence agencies in rethinking al Qaeda? How is this achieved?

9. According to Clarke, what credit does he give Usama bin Laden?

10. What are some differences between George W. Bush and Clinton? Which stands out the most to Clarke?

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