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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. Lobbying is the act of trying to influence whom?
(a) Capital markets.
2. In "Atlas Shrugged," what is one of the antagonists?
3. What is the theory behind the pope's encyclical?
(a) Rich nations need to help poor nations so that all humans are equal.
(b) Rich nations should be equitable when helping poor nations.
(c) Rich nations have a duty to help poor nations.
(d) Rich nations should help poor nations because it is fair.
4. In "Atlas Shrugged," what is the second antagonist?
5. Critics claim that FDR's New Deal programs were close to whose fascism?
Short Answer Questions
1. The author believes that Louis XIV creates a welfare state and ruins what?
2. What does the author believe is dominating society today?
3. The author believes that many less-developed countries hate America for what?
4. In the U.S., the economic system isn't a pure capitalist system but is what?
5. When government sets the objectives to be obtained, then it becomes what type of state?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the reason, according to the author, that capitalism is having trouble sustaining itself?
2. What does taxation do to the marketplace?
3. What does the debate at the Republican National Convention over the John Birch Society calling Eisenhower a Communist create?
4. When does the author say that an irrational side will win an argument?
5. What does the pope's encyclical say motivates capitalism?
6. When talking about political views in today's world, what is the question to ask?
7. How does the author see the conflict between the Democrats and the Republicans in America?
8. Who comes and helps the students protest in Berkeley in 1964?
9. What is the theme of "Atlas Shrugged"?
10. From what belief do foreign-aid programs stem?
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