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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. What is the name of the man standing next to the bullet mark on the curb?
(a) James Tangue.
(b) Jerry Macsuelle.
(c) Jose Sanchez.
(d) Mark Tomson.
2. What controversy did Posner mention about the bullet?
(a) If the bullets were Cuban.
(b) If Oswald manufactured the bullets himself.
(c) If one bullet could hit both the President and the Governor.
(d) If the bullets were Russian.
3. How many controversial issues did Posner mention in Chapter 14?
(a) 3 controversial issues.
(b) 2 controversial issues.
(c) 5 controversial issues.
(d) 6 controversial issues.
4. How many interrogators were present from different government branches according to Chapter 15?
5. What did Kennedy's electrocardiogram show according to the testimonies of the doctors and nurses at the hospital?
(a) A flat line.
(b) A stressed heart.
(c) A dying heart rhythm.
(d) A healthy heart.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long does Posner say Oswald needed to fire 3 shots?
2. What did the murder of Oswald produce according to Chapter 17?
3. When were the expended shells found in the Texas Book Depository Building?
4. What characterized 1965 for Louisiana according to Chapter 18?
5. What does Posner point out at the start of Chapter 12?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was President Kennedy given prior to being pronounced dead?
2. What did the homicide captain do at 2:30 p.m. in Chapter 15 on the day of the assassination?
3. How did the Commission divide its tasks?
4. What happened when Tippit stopped Oswald?
5. What were two controversial issues according to Posner in Chapter 14?
6. What did NBC begin to expose?
7. What did many early critics believe about the assassination and what did it lead to?
8. What did Oswald's behavior lead Marina to believe?
9. What happened on March 1, 1967?
10. What did the Warren Commission assume?
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