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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. In Chapter 40, Nance is at his horse ranch in Maryland where he is under orders to resign by when?
2. Scott Coleman and his men meet up with Michael O'Rourke and travel to Higgins' estate for what purpose?
3. Scott Coleman's group that is heading for the Higgins estate is to do what with respect to his security guards?
4. Stansfield wants to ensure that Michael O'Rourke will not share the information he has with anyone else, whereupon Michael relates he has only spoken with which people and will speak with no others?
5. In accordance with CIA procedure, Higgins' residence is called and what transpires?
Short Essay Questions
1. What takes place in the meeting between Nance and Garret after Higgins' body is found?
2. What happens with Garret and Nance when Stansfield returns and says he will be playing a tape that was left at Michael O'Rourke's door?
3. Who is Sam Jarvi?
4. What does Michael O'Rourke tell his girlfriend transpired when Stansfield played the tape in front of Nance and Garret?
5. What does Roach relay to McMahon in Chapter 33 regarding Fitzgerald?
6. What happens when Higgins hears the cameras being shot?
7. What happens when Stansfield calls the President to determine if he is knows where Nance and Garret are?
8. During a meeting with McMahon the following day, Kennedy calls General Heaney in to join them and tell him what?
9. How does Stansfield make his way to the Nance ranch to rescue Michael O'Rourke?
10. Why do Michael O'Rourke and Scott Coleman decide to leave Higgins' body in front of Garret's home?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Vince Flynn use a reverse storytelling technique in Chapter 33 for Admiral DeVoe's explaining what happened during Operation Snatch Back that led Scott Coleman to kill Senator Fitzgerald?
Essay Topic 2
In what ways do both Garret and Nance suffer the consequences of their actions when Coleman's group refuses to take responsibility for Olson's and Turnquist' murders?
Essay Topic 3
In Chapter 38, the Consequences theme is developed among multiple characters. What consequences does Stansfield face that are caused by his agency's use of an uncontrollable agent who is guilty of murdering foreign diplomats? What consequences are Garret and Nance facing? Michael O'Rourke is nervous about what consequences based on his knowledge of Scott Coleman's and Seamus' role in the assassinations and his own participation in Arthur's kidnapping and death?
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