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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 official reason that U.S. communications are cut off in the Pacific during the Japanese attack?
(a) Solar flare.
(b) Network issues.
(c) Computer error.
2. What other island do Japanese troops take over in their first strikes?
3. Yamata's Columbus Group leads the new trend in buying what?
(a) U.S. land.
(c) Precious metals.
(d) Trade commodities.
4. What is Jack Ryan's profession when the novel begins?
(a) Investment banker.
(b) Day trader.
(c) Foreign ambassador.
(d) Security consultant.
5. About how much has U.S. military power been reduced from its former capacity?
(a) By 80 percent.
(b) By 20 percent.
(c) By about one third.
(d) By about one half.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ron Jones use to determine that the Japanese strike must have been intentional?
2. What is the reaction of the zaibatsu to the Trade Reform Act?
3. What is the American reception of the new Crestas?
4. Yamata is planning to refit the Russian missiles to carry what type of weapon?
5. After his meeting with Searls in New York, where does Yamata travel to in order to meet with political and military leaders?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the Cresta accident in Tennessee occur?
2. What is the state of Yamata's nuclear preparations when Ryan and the U.S. President go to Moscow?
3. Why is the Trade Reform Act passed? What does it do?
4. What is Jack Ryan's background, and what is his life like when the novel begins?
5. Why is Ryan considered for the position of National Security Advisor?
6. How does the Trade Reform Act negatively impact Japan's economy?
7. Explain Golovko's offer to Ryan.
8. What is Yamata's plan with regard to his dealings with Russia?
9. How does Chavez get his news of the invasion of Saipan to the U.S. Navy?
10. Why does Yamata think the information he gains about the Durling administration is incriminating?
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