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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. What type of account does O'Neill provide for the Swift Boat Veterans Reunion?
(a) A second-hand account.
(b) A first-hand account.
(d) A friend's recollection.
2. Out of the officers who served with Kerry, how many signed the open letter from the Swiftees?
3. How did the applause change when the actual Swift Boat Veterans were introduced at their Reunion?
(a) It caused a riot to break out.
(b) It became a little less vocal.
(c) It became more vocal and uproarious.
(d) It did not change.
4. According to O'Neill, where did Kerry meet with the enemies of America while American soldiers were still fighting and dying?
5. What was the title of Kerry's book?
(a) The Necessity of War.
(b) Reporting for Duty.
(c) Tour of Duty.
(d) Life at War.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was the 2004 press conference by Hoffman held?
2. Where were the PCFs tasked?
3. What causes Hoffman to be concerned about Kerry with regards to his political goals?
4. Why was Kerry included in the "War Heroes" exhibit?
5. What were the people included in the "War Heroes" exhibit recognized for?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the main question that O'Neill and Corsi hope to answer about John Kerry, and what does the question mean?
2. How did Kerry reportedly act during his cameo appearance before the Swift Boat Veterans Reunion, what do his actions display, and how did the Swiftees respond?
3. What are Hoffman's thoughts about Kerry, and why do the authors choose to begin the book with his quote?
4. What is significant about the location of Lupetti's observation and who was responsible for it?
5. Who is Bill Lupetti and what did he observe on his return trip to Vietnam?
6. What is the purpose of the open letter the Swift Boat Veterans issue to John Kerry?
7. What was the difference between Joe Ponder's account of his injury and Kerry's account of the same incident, and how does O'Neill refer to Ponder's part in the reunion?
8. What does the quote from John Edwards say and why is it so effective?
9. What is the reason the authors do not use the word, "President", instead, referring to the position as the "Commander in Chief"?
10. How is Lupetti's observation in Vietnam relevant to Kerry and the ideas about him that the book outlines?
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