1. Although he is actually a speech writer for the President of the U.S.A, who does Timothy Burnham "officially" work for?
(a) The Washington Post.
(b) The Central Intelligence Agency.
(c) The Department of Energy.
(d) The American Broadcasting System.
2. What is Burnham working on as the story opens?
(a) An official letter of congratulations.
(b) A National Day of Prayer Proclamation.
(c) A college reference letter.
(d) The President's Inaugural Speech.
3. What is "Q" Clearance?
(a) A very high secret clearance authorization.
(b) Permission to write and read important "for your eyes only" memos.
(c) Clearance to be able to ask the President any question about policy.
(d) Access to the President and his staff any time, day or night.
4. How does Burnham describe the task he is working on as the story begins?
(a) It is going to be a masterpiece when he is finished.
(b) It is a waste of his time and talent.
(c) It is an easy task that he hopes to finish quickly.
(d) It is a struggle between Church and State.
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