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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 13 "How to Do It".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After WWII, what was the chief agency involved in setting foreign policy and advising the President on foreign policy?
(a) The Vice President.
(b) The Justice Department.
(c) The State Department.
(d) The Defense Department.
2. A systematic approach to investigating possible surprise attacks has existed within the intelligence community since the ______ ______ attack of 1941.
(a) U.S.S. Cole.
(b) African Embassy.
(c) Pearl Harbor.
(d) Cold War.
3. Who should adopt special rules requiring hearings and votes to confirm or reject national security nominees within 30 days of their submission?
(b) The Senate.
(c) The Department of Justice.
(d) The President.
4. Reports show that al-Qaeda has tried to acquire or make nuclear weapons for at least ________ years.
5. What is the name of the small worldwide agency that combines duties assigned in the U.S. government to the Terrorist Threat Integration Center, the CIA, the FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security?
(a) The Italian Security Service.
(b) The British Security Service.
(c) The Russian Security Service.
(d) The German Security Service.
Short Answer Questions
1. On September 20, 2001, President Bush linked ________ to the embassy and the Cole bombings.
2. Throughout the period immediately following 9/11, there was strong suspicion that ________ was involved in the plot.
3. Who was the mayor of New York city in 2001?
4. What is another name for the analysis from the enemy's perspective?
5. Who was never fully engaged in countering al-Qaeda before 9/11?
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