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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lawyers warn Bush not to talk about ___________, lest this prejudice war crimes trials.
2. Where does Bush go in order to visit soldiers who have been wounded in battle?
3. Bush invokes God's blessing on Operation ________________ commencing with stealth at 9AM EST.
4. Bush, however, contends that any nation harboring a/an _____________ to be a terrorist.
5. The purpose of going into Iraq is to ______________, not to kill the regime as was done in Vietnam.
Short Essay Questions
1. When Bush and Cheney meet with Iraqi expatriates on January 10, what does Bush tell them about Saddam?
2. On February 24, Bush and the National Security Council are briefed on what issue?
3. Who is the logical choice for presenting the case for war to the United Nations?
4. What is the offer that Rice politely declines when in Washington on March 17?
5. What does Bush tell Powell when he meets with him on January 13 without Rice or Cheney hovering over them?
6. What is the topic of discussion between Bush and the Irish Prime Minister on March 13?
7. What are the words of advice that Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel has for Bush?
8. What is the MODEPS that Franks sends to Rumsfeld on November 26?
9. When Cheney realizes that Bush has already made up his mind about war, what does he agree other nations must do?
10. After months of work, what does Saul find that will help to inform the US military?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The issue of terrorism is one that most countries have to deal with at some point or another.
Part 1: Why do you think terrorism prevails in the world? Why does it continue to be a problem?
Part 2: Do you think terrorism is has big of an issue as some people make it out to be? Why or why not?
Part 3: Do you believe that terrorism can be stopped? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 2
The evidence of WMD is something which will be debated for years to come, as it seems they may have never existed in the first place.
Part 1: Why do you think Bush and the rest of the government was interested in proving the presence of WMD?
Part 2: If WMD had been found, how might the direction of the Iraq war have changed? Or wouldn't it have changed?
Part 3: Do you believe there were or are WMD present in Iraq? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
The idea of the power of the government is one that makes the reader wonder just what the government is capable of doing.
Part 1: Why do you think the government is able to take actions that most other people can not?
Part 2: Does the government have a responsibility to keep their power limited in some way? Why or why not?
Part 3: Do you think the government today has too little or too much power? Why?
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