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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. Scott Coleman's men realize that, due to Higgins' tight security, what will have to happen in order for the kidnapping to succeed?
2. Higgins' body is left where?
3. Stansfield asks Dr. Kennedy to run a background check on which individual to see if he has any connections to the assassins?
4. When Scott Coleman calls Stansfield, who is still in the air, he tells Scott he is going where?
5. Where does Scott Coleman go to lose those who are following him?
Short Essay Questions
1. When the tape is done and both Nance and Garret deny that it is valid, what does Michael O'Rourke do?
2. What information do Michael O'Rourke and Scott Coleman exchange at the end of Chapter 30?
3. Why do Scott Coleman and Michael O'Rourke decide to kidnap, rather than kill, Higgins at his home?
4. What takes place back at the CIA Operations Center after Stroble and Hackett escape with Tim O'Rourke?
5. What do Hackett and Stroble do after the attack on Higgins' estate?
6. How does Stansfield make his way to the Nance ranch to rescue Michael O'Rourke?
7. In Chapter 37, what does Scott Coleman discover upon initially returning to his apartment after dumping Higgins' body outside Garret's residence?
8. What does Dobbs tell Stansfield upon the arrival of Jarod at Nance's ranch?
9. What transpires in another meeting with McMahon, Roach, Kennedy, and Stansfield?
10. How does the author further the "Good" as opposed to "Evil" theme?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does Vincent Flynn use the first two chapters to examine the contrast between the personalities of Michael O'Rourke and Stu Garret? In what way do these two characters fall into the ongoing theme of "Good versus Evil?"
Essay Topic 2
The O'Rourkes refuse to let Senator Olson stay neutral, but instead force him to pick a side. Which does he choose? What action has redeemed him? How was he out of line earlier with Seamus?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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