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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the media and other liberal outlets reject about the Iraq War?
(a) It was waged to prevent another terrorist attack.
(b) It was waged without full U.N. backing.
(c) It was waged because of the polls showing most Americans approved of it.
(d) It was waged despite the polls showing most Americans did not approve.
2. Which neighborhoods are sometimes ignored by law enforcement?
(a) Poor and middle class neighborhoods.
(b) Poor neighborhoods.
(c) Wealthy neighborhoods.
(d) Middle class neighborhoods.
3. As Bill observes, what happens to the happiest people?
(a) They rarely make mistakes.
(b) They make the most mistakes.
(c) They make the fewest mistakes.
(d) They never make mistakes.
4. According to Bill, what makes it possible for a common man to achieve fame and success?
(a) The country's financial status.
(b) The country's political system.
(c) The country's atmosphere.
(d) The country's reputation.
5. When did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
(a) During World War II.
(b) Before World War I.
(c) During World War I.
(d) During the Great Depression.
6. Which one of the following is not a reason that Bill provides to support the Iraq War?
(a) The increase of oil for America.
(b) The 1991 Kuwaiti invasion.
(c) The use of Iraq as a terrorist refuge.
(d) Hussein's refusal to follow the U.N. mandates.
7. What is an internationalist country?
(a) A country that defies the international laws established.
(b) A country that thinks it is no better than other countries.
(c) A country that adapts all of the international laws as its own.
(d) A country that refuses to help other countries.
8. What took Bill several years to learn?
(a) Which people to get advice from before appearing on television.
(b) How to look natural on television.
(c) Which angles to use when being filmed for television.
(d) How to combat corruption in the broadcast news business.
9. What event was Bill at when one of his comments was taken out of context?
(a) A book signing.
(b) A fundraiser.
(c) An auction.
(d) A press conference.
10. How did the State Bar respond to Bill's petition?
(a) They found no misconduct.
(b) They found a major misconduct.
(c) They refused to investigate.
(d) They found a slight misconduct.
11. When did Bill plan on leaving Inside Edition?
(a) After the fourth season.
(b) After the fifth season.
(c) After the seventh season.
(d) After the sixth season.
12. What town does Bill use in Chapter 8 to point out the tolerance of drug activity?
(a) San Francisco.
(c) St. Louis.
13. What two things does Bill mention as important when dealing with a workplace environment?
(a) Self-control and individuality.
(b) Self-reliance and a support group.
(c) Self-reliance and individuality.
(d) Self-control and a support group.
14. Based on Bill's analysis, how many networks had an overwhelmingly biased coverage featuring anti-war protesters?
(a) Two out of three.
(b) One out of three.
(c) Three out of three.
15. When someone makes a mistake, how does Bill think they should respond?
(a) They should not doubt their ability.
(b) They should doubt their ability.
(c) They should not dwell on it.
(d) They should dwell on it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What city did then President Bill Clinton bomb without U.N. permission?
2. What did the defense lawyers unethically ignore in the case that Bill complained about?
3. What did Hussein's actions threaten, increasing the importance for war?
4. What stand does Bill think the Catholic Church may not be willing to take?
5. How did Bill consider Peter Jennings while at ABC?
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