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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 did the state of New Jersey think would help revitalize Atlantic City?
2. What was Anthony Castelbuono's mob nickname?
(a) Tony Crabs.
(b) Tony Bony.
(c) Tony Cakes.
(d) Tony Clams.
3. Anthony Castelbuono agreed to launder drug money and street cash of $5s, $10s and $20s into _______________.
(a) $100 debit cards.
(b) Traveler's Checks.
(c) $50 bills.
(d) $100 dollar bills.
4. Who was the broadcast journalist who interviewed Wynn about his businesses?
(a) Meredith Viera.
(b) Diane Sawyer.
(c) Dan Rather.
(d) Katie Couric.
5. In which of the following did the Mafia NOT play a part in revitalizing Atlantic City?
(b) Exotic dancers.
(c) Candy concessions.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Mel Harris' job in Florida?
2. In what year was gambling legalized in Atlantic City?
3. How were high roller customers transported from New York City to the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City?
4. What did the governor of New Jersey fear would happen to Atlantic City after gambling was legalized?
5. Which organized crime family was NOT a presence in Atlantic City?
Short Essay Questions
1. How was Mel Harris like so many other of Wynn's appointed executives?
2. What awakened Wynn's interest in Atlantic City in the late 1970s?
3. How was Meyerson a mixed blessing to Wynn's Atlantic City business?
4. What was Milken's strategy in helping Wynn succeed in Las Vegas?
5. How much did Tony Cakes deposit in the Golden Nugget vault and how much did he claim to have lost while gambling?
6. What were Wynn's personal obsessions?
7. What comprised Harris' compensation package?
8. How did mob presence increase with the revitalization of Atlantic City?
9. What was the Federal government determined to prove about Wynn's Atlantic City Golden Nugget business?
10. Who were some of the celebrities Wynn used in marketing campaigns for The Mirage?
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