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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What hope does Schelling express for the future of nuclear arms?
(a) That the U.S. will re-establish its nuclear dominance by testing nuclear weapons.
(b) That the U.S. will attack North Korea or Brazil with nuclear weapons.
(c) That the U.S. will share nuclear technology among its allies.
(d) That the U.S. will suspend its reliance on nuclear deterrence.
2. What does Schelling say about an equilibrium division of the population?
(a) It will give us a working model of social mobility
(b) It will give us a working model of emigration.
(c) It will not produce optimal results.
(d) It will not give us a working model of emigration.
3. What does Schelling say the segregation/integration model identify in addition to population concerns?
(a) Market trends.
4. How does Schelling arrive at the number of genetic possibilities in two people's offspring?
(a) By multiplying the number of possible eggs and the number of possible sperm.
(b) By dividing the number of possible eggs and the number of possible sperm.
(c) By adding the number of possible eggs and the number of possible sperm.
(d) By running the eggs and sperm through polymerase chain reactions.
5. In what war did Truman's successor have to decide whether to drop the bomb?
(a) The Korean War.
(c) The Greek Civil War.
(d) The Falklands conflict.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Schelling say the simplest model of a closed system with a density enhancement contains?
2. What does Schelling say about the "closed model"?
3. What does Schelling say will be necessary to satisfy people with a closed model?
4. What assumption does Schelling make about people's feelings about nuclear weapons?
5. What factor does Schelling use as an example of what motivates adults in their distribution decisions?
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