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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. Who calls the FBI and plays the recording?
(a) Arch Carroll.
(b) Sergeant Harry Stemkowsky.
(c) Colonel David Hudson.
(d) Walter Trentkamp.
2. Who boards the train to meet Hudson?
(a) Laurence Hadford.
(b) Walter Trentkamp.
(c) Arch Carroll.
(d) Harry Stemkowsky.
3. Walter Trentkamp makes a point of agreeing with what?
(a) That the attack has earmarks of a paramilitary campaign.
(b) That there is no way of identifying the terrorists.
(c) That he believes the terrorists are from Iraq.
(d) That there will be more attacks.
4. What does Harry's wife think he is working on?
(a) A model airplane.
(b) His car.
(c) His French lesson.
(d) A business deal.
5. Who is Francois Monserrat?
(a) The leader of a freelance group.
(b) Carroll's partner.
(c) The leader of a group of Soviets.
(d) The head of the FBI.
Short Answer Questions
1. What method of transport does the old man use to deliver the message?
2. What is Caitlin using to find out information about the 1929 stock market crash?
3. What does Carroll discover while questioning the drug dealer?
4. What is Carroll's expertise?
5. What do Alry Simmons and Robert Havens find in the basement of the Federal Reserve Bank?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Thomas X. O'Neill get the stolen securities through customs?
2. How does Trentkamp persuade Carroll to stay on the case?
3. What does the recorded voice threaten?
4. How does Carroll find Caitlin?
5. How does the story being?
6. What is discussed at the meeting with the President?
7. Why do the officials decide to suspend trading on Wall Street?
8. Why is the President so anxious about what is happening in the stock market?
9. What does Carroll discover when he questions Alvarez?
10. How does Caitlin and Carroll convince Freddie to tell them everything he knows about Chevron ?
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