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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which celebrity debated with Bill on why the Taliban was attacked after 9/11?
(a) George Clooney.
(b) Susan Sarandon.
(c) Phil Donahue.
(d) Rosie O'Donnell.
2. According to research, how do people who pray compare to people who do not?
(a) They suffer from less stress, but are not necessarily healthier.
(b) They are healthier and suffer from less stress.
(c) They are healthier, but suffer from the same amount of stress.
(d) They are neither healthier nor suffer from less stress.
3. As stated in Chapter 1, what is there a huge gap between in the United States?
(a) Illegality and responsibility.
(b) Illegality and irresponsibility.
(c) Legality and responsibility.
(d) Legality and irresponsibility.
4. What is the thought of saving up for something considered in current times?
5. What does Bill think many people make excuses for?
(a) Keeping bad people in their lives.
(b) Listening to bad people in their lives.
(c) Looking for bad people to include in their lives.
(d) Wanting bad people in their lives.
6. When does Bill think that organized religion can be a good influence?
(a) When it is not used to belittle other religions.
(b) When church is attended consistently.
(c) When it is used to further a political agenda.
(d) When church is attended moderately.
7. Where does Bill think the television and Internet access should be in a house with children?
(a) In only the oldest child's room.
(b) In the garage.
(c) In the family room.
(d) In each child's room.
8. Why does Bill think the Catholic Church has become too political?
(a) It ignores scandals instead of addressing them.
(b) It covers up scandals instead of addressing them.
(c) It fixes scandals, but does not learn from them.
(d) It addresses scandals, but does not know how to fix them.
9. What was the original intent of the Founders of the Constitution, pertaining to religion?
(a) To have only two government endorsed religions.
(b) To have no public religion.
(c) To have only one government endorsed religion.
(d) To have no government endorsed religion.
10. What kind of a job did Bill's father work?
(a) He worked at a job that he hated.
(b) He worked at a job that he enjoyed.
(c) He worked at a job that he did not like or dislike.
(d) He worked at a job that he mostly liked, but disliked the pay.
11. According to Bill in Chapter 2, what should people not allow to define who they are?
(a) Their mistakes.
(b) Their job.
(c) Their friends.
(d) Their financial situation.
12. Which one of the following is not one of the reasonable guidelines that parents should have?
(a) Earning a high income.
(b) Showing the value of education.
(c) Limiting media influences.
(d) Always being available.
13. How far back do some of Bill's loyal friendships go?
(a) Twenty years.
(b) Thirty years.
(c) Fifty years.
(d) Forty years.
14. Where is the "Big Dig" highway located that Bill uses as an example in Chapter 3?
(a) San Francisco.
15. What did Clinton do as President when he received information that Al Qaeda was a threat?
(a) He took action against them, but failed to stop them.
(b) He did not believe the information.
(c) He requested further information.
(d) He failed to take action to stop them.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many years did President Bush request Clinton's presidential records be kept confidential?
2. As Bill states at the end of Chapter 1, what is the primary responsibility of a parent?
3. What does Bill warn leads to disaster in the second chapter?
4. How does Bill describe CNN's coverage?
5. What kind of people does Bill think should not be "fixed"?
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