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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. Michael O'Rourke tells Scott Coleman what Jackson said, from the murder of the French politicians to the motive Higgins may have for killing which victim?
2. What does Nance do upon receiving a call while he is dealing with Michael O'Rourke?
3. With night vision goggles, Scott Coleman sees that an apartment across from his contains what?
4. Scott Coleman's men realize that, due to Higgins' tight security, what will have to happen in order for the kidnapping to succeed?
5. Following Nance's response when the tape ends, what does Garret do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What information is contained in a note that Michael O'Rourke says came with the taped confession?
2. Although reluctant at first, Kennedy and McMahon go for a ride with Michael O'Rourke to do what?
3. How does the author further the "Good" as opposed to "Evil" theme?
4. How do Michael O'Rourke, Scott Coleman, and his team observe Higgins' estate?
5. In Chapter 37, what does Scott Coleman discover upon initially returning to his apartment after dumping Higgins' body outside Garret's residence?
6. What happens when Stansfield calls the President to determine if he is knows where Nance and Garret are?
7. What does Roach relay to McMahon in Chapter 33 regarding Fitzgerald?
8. What does Dobbs tell Stansfield upon the arrival of Jarod at Nance's ranch?
9. When the tape is done and both Nance and Garret deny that it is valid, what does Michael O'Rourke do?
10. What does Kennedy tell McMahon at a meeting in the Pentagon?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
It appears in Chapter 32 that Michael O'Rourke has joined Scott Coleman's team. If Michael is now going to be involved in kidnapping, and possibly killing, Arthur and his guards, is he still a good guy, or is he now an evil one?
Essay Topic 2
How is the theme of hubris expanded upon in Chapter 6? The politicians making key decisions are missing what in regard to how real the threat is?
Essay Topic 3
How does Michael O'Rourke's friendship with Scott Coleman place him in a gray area? How does the author's provocative approach to his character's development add a very interesting aspect to the story?
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