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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Barr told to go after he arrives in New Orleans?
(c) Fort Lauderdale.
2. What does Shaw say when Grantham asks what she thinks of investigative reporting?
(a) She loves it.
(b) She would rather be shot.
(c) She might become a reporter if she lives through this mess.
(d) She would rather butcher hogs.
3. Where is Khamel hiding after the assassination of Rosenberg and Jensen?
(a) Rio de Janiero.
4. Who kills Verheek?
(d) The Cowboy.
5. What deal does Shaw make with Grantham when she tells him she is in New York?
(a) To get her out of the country.
(b) To get her a private airplane.
(c) Not to use her name.
(d) To protect her.
Short Answer Questions
1. What front-page story is run by the Times-Picayune that concerns the editors at the Post?
2. How much money does Shaw wire from her bank account?
3. What three cities have law firms that work for Mattiece?
4. Why does Grantham tell Shaw not to call him at home?
5. What was on the floor of Mattiece's gazebo in neat little trails?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Horton want the Administration to investigate the pelican brief?
2. What is the appeal process for the lawsuit between Mattiece and the Green Fund?
3. What bad news does Coal share with the President on Monday morning?
4. Who was waiting for Grantham outside the Post building?
5. Why does Grantham panic after talking with a maid outside his room at the Marbury?
6. Why does Gminski tell the President that the author of the pelican brief should become a novelist?
7. Who does Shaw see as she watches mourners arrive for Callahan's memorial service?
8. Why did Khamel agree once to kill Castro, but then did not go through with the job?
9. Why do Grantham and Shaw talk to students who clerked at White and Blazevich last summer?
10. Describe Mattiece's plan to make money in Louisiana's oil fields and how this plan has been thwarted.
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