1. What did Robert Lovett remember about Kennedy after the assassination?
(a) Kennedy's weakness in the face of challenges.
(b) Kennedy's romantic ideology.
(c) Kennedy's youth and inexperience.
(d) Kennedy's kindness and consideration.
2. What was Kennedy in the process of doing at the beginning of the book?
(a) Campaigning for president.
(b) Winning the election for president.
(c) Assembling an administration.
(d) Serving on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
3. Where does the book open?
(b) Kennedy's family home in Massachusetts.
(c) Washington, D.C.
(d) Kennedy's Georgetown townhouse.
4. What did Robert Lovett represent for Kennedy?
(a) A connection with the opposition.
(b) A brilliant theoretical thinker.
(c) A bright new talent.
(d) A link to previous administrations.
5. What had Robert Lovett been before entering government?
(a) An automobile executive.
(b) An investment banker.
(c) An insurance salesman.
(d) A career military officer.
6. What position had Robert Lovett been appointed to in 1947?
(a) Secretary of Defense.
(b) Secretary of the Interior.
(c) Undersecretary of State.
(d) Secretary of State.
This section contains 6,073 words
(approx. 21 pages at 300 words per page)