The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What other organizations were spawned from Milner's secret society?
(a) Other parts of the secret society showed up as the Council on Foreign Relations and even the Red Cross.
(b) Other parts of the secret society showed up as the International Money Fund.
(c) Other parts of the secret society showed up as the World Bank and Red Cross.
(d) Other parts of the secret society showed up as the Noble Prize Commission.

2. What did communism become known as in the 1980s?
(a) What was called communism had its name changed to social capitalism, although the system worked exactly the same.
(b) What was called communism had its name changed to fascism, although the system worked exactly the same.
(c) What was called communism had its name changed to socialism, although the system worked exactly the same.
(d) What was called communism had its name changed to social democracy, although the system worked exactly the same.

3. What resulted from the Mandrake Mechanism?
(a) The results of this system included social planning and hidden taxation by means of deflation.
(b) The results of this system included social planning and hidden taxation by means of inflation.
(c) The results of this system included social planning and tax relief.
(d) The results of this system included social planning and hidden taxation and currency devaluation.

4. How were German U-boats successful in World War I?
(a) U-boats and these were highly successful at disrupting the flow of war materials to France.
(b) U-boats and these were highly successful at disrupting the flow of war materials to England.
(c) U-boats and these were highly successful at disrupting the flow of war materials from America.
(d) U-boats and these were highly successful at disrupting the progression of forces from England.

5. What place in history does the Rothschild family hold?
(a) Mayer Amschel Rothschild and his five sons financed European wars occurring in the twentieth century.
(b) Mayer Amschel Rothschild and his five sons financed European wars occurring after World War II through the Cold War years.
(c) Mayer Amschel Rothschild and his five sons financed European wars from the middle of the eighteenth century into the nineteenth.
(d) Mayer Amschel Rothschild and his five sons financed worldwide wars from the middle of the eighteenth century into the nineteenth.

6. What caused wildcat banks to develop?
(a) The central bank reintroduced inflation, and as the country expanded, wildcat banks developed in the wilderness.
(b) The central bank provided generous funds for loans, and as the country expanded, wildcat banks developed in the wilderness.
(c) The Federal Reserve reintroduced inflation, and as the country expanded, wildcat banks developed in the wilderness.
(d) The central bank reintroduced deflation, and as the country expanded, wildcat banks developed in the wilderness.

7. What dispute did President Andrew Jackson have with the leader of The Second Bank?
(a) President Andrew Jackson battled against the leader of The Second Bank, Nicholas Biddle, because Biddle had too power over state banks.
(b) President Andrew Jackson battled against the leader of The Second Bank, Nicholas Biddle, because Biddle did not favor the gold standard.
(c) President Andrew Jackson battled against the leader of The Second Bank, Nicholas Biddle, because Biddle had too much influence with Congress.
(d) President Andrew Jackson battled against the leader of The Second Bank, Nicholas Biddle, because Biddle had too much sway over the government and the economy.

8. What does the author predict for the U.S. economy?
(a) The author predicted that the Federal Reserve would fail and that the US dollar would lose most of its value.
(b) The author predicted that US Congressional oversight of banks would be removed and that the people would be at the mercy of all-powerful banks.
(c) The author predicted that banks would leading to crippling inflation and a new currency.
(d) The author predicted that the UN would control the world's currency.

9. What culture first developed the modern equivalent of the banking industry?
(a) The city-state of Rome was considered to have started banking as known today by establishing the Banco della Piazza del Rialto in 1584.
(b) The city-state of Athens was considered to have started banking as known today by establishing the Banco della Piazza del Rialto in 1584.
(c) The city-state of Venice was considered to have started banking as known today by establishing the Banco della Piazza del Rialto in 1584.
(d) The city-state of Sparta was considered to have started banking as known today by establishing the Banco della Piazza del Rialto in 1584.

10. What portion of the U.S. debt did a large portion of the tax dollar pay for?
(a) The U.S. debt continued to grow with a large portion of tax dollar going into paying only the interest on the debt.
(b) The U.S. debt continued to grow with a large portion of tax dollar going to US war efforts.
(c) The U.S. debt continued to grow with a large portion of tax dollar going into paying the principal on the debt.
(d) The U.S. debt continued to grow with a large portion of tax dollar going to entitlement programs.

11. How did governments devalue currency in fiat money systems?
(a) This was accomplished by devaluing the currency through use of the printing press.
(b) This was accomplished by devaluing the currency through legislation.
(c) This was accomplished by devaluing the currency through regulation.
(d) This was accomplished by devaluing the currency through taxation..

12. What were the sales of English and French war bonds used for?
(a) Most of the money from the sales of the war bonds were spent on Russian artillery.
(b) Most of the money from the sales of the war bonds were spent on German war materials.
(c) Most of the money from the sales of the war bonds were spent on uniforms and supplies for the soldiers.
(d) Most of the money from the sales of the war bonds were spent on American war materials.

13. What drove prices upward during the War of 1812?
(a) During the War of 1812, the US Congress created bank notes that the government used to purchase war materials, tripling the money supply and driving prices upwards.
(b) During the War of 1812, the central bank created bank notes that the government used to purchase war materials, tripling the money supply and driving prices upwards.
(c) During the War of 1812, wildcat banks created bank notes that the government used to purchase war materials, tripling the money supply and driving prices upwards.
(d) During the War of 1812, the Federal Reserve created bank notes that the government used to purchase war materials, tripling the money supply and driving prices upwards.

14. What was the role of the British Ship Lusitania in World War I?
(a) The Lusitania was being used to transport munitions from the US to England under the guise of being a cargo ship.
(b) The Lusitania was being used to transport tanks from the US to England under the guise of a passenger liner that also hauled goods.
(c) The Lusitania was being used to transport munitions from the US to England under the guise of a passenger liner that also hauled goods.
(d) The Lusitania was being used to transport soldiers from the US to England under the guise of a passenger liner that also hauled goods.

15. What was the goal of the secret society founded by Lord Alfred Milner?
(a) A secret society, founded by Lord Alfred Milner, had as its goal the eradication of disease and hunger.
(b) A secret society, founded by Lord Alfred Milner, had as its goal the democratization of the entire world.
(c) A secret society, founded by Lord Alfred Milner, had global peace as its main goal.
(d) A secret society, founded by Lord Alfred Milner, had as its goal the dominance of the world through money controls.

Short Answer Questions

1. What debt would be incurred by future generations from currency devaluation?

2. What do some radical conspiracy theorists believe about the 9/11 attacks?

3. What country was formed after the second Russian revolution?

4. What would result if the money system returned to the gold standard?

5. What financing was behind the second Russian revolution?

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