Who's Looking Out For You? Test | Final Test - Easy

Bill O'Reilly (commentator)
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which neighborhoods are sometimes ignored by law enforcement?
(a) Poor and middle class neighborhoods.
(b) Middle class neighborhoods.
(c) Wealthy neighborhoods.
(d) Poor neighborhoods.

2. How does Bill describe Pope John Paul II's objections to the Iraq War?
(a) Troubling.
(b) Uncharacteristic.
(c) Expected.
(d) Confusing.

3. What is an internationalist country?
(a) A country that adapts all of the international laws as its own.
(b) A country that refuses to help other countries.
(c) A country that defies the international laws established.
(d) A country that thinks it is no better than other countries.

4. What city did then President Bill Clinton bomb without U.N. permission?
(a) Beograd.
(b) Kovilovo.
(c) Belgrade.
(d) Zemun.

5. What were Fox News Channel reporters told not to do when covering the Iraq War?
(a) Take sides.
(b) Speculate.
(c) Opine.
(d) Assume.

6. As Bill explains in Chapter 8, in a politically correct world, what happens when a white person attempts to discuss minority statistics?
(a) They are ignored.
(b) They are ridiculed.
(c) They are taken seriously.
(d) They are called a racist.

7. What did Walter Cronkite label the Iraq War in order to criticize the Bush administration?
(a) Pre-emptive.
(b) Illogical.
(c) Indefensible.
(d) Unilateral.

8. Which of the following is not included in the list of things that Bill thinks can lead to mistakes?
(a) Sorrow.
(b) Insecurity.
(c) Drinking.
(d) Gambling.

9. What did Hussein's actions threaten, increasing the importance for war?
(a) The stability of the Iraqi government.
(b) The neighboring countries.
(c) The peace treaty reinforced in 1991.
(d) The lives of the Iraqi people.

10. In Chapter 10, what does Bill think leads to happiness?
(a) Self-forgiveness.
(b) Self-assurance.
(c) Self-reliance.
(d) Self-responsibility.

11. According to Bill, what drives the inequality of law enforcement?
(a) It is more about status than wealth.
(b) It is more about class than race.
(c) It is more about race than class.
(d) It is more about wealth than status.

12. According to Bill, what are most people uneasy about?
(a) People that are different.
(b) People that are loud.
(c) People that are quiet.
(d) People that are too similar.

13. What reason does Bill give for his precaution when talking with people?
(a) Some people are not knowledgeable.
(b) Many people are not knowledgeable.
(c) Some people are not honest.
(d) Many people are not honest.

14. Based on Bill's advice in the last chapter, how should you think about something that someone is telling you?
(a) You should try to prove it incorrect.
(b) You should try to access it.
(c) You should try to prove it correct.
(d) You should try to ignore it.

15. How does Bill believe it is possible to change people?
(a) It is not possible to change people.
(b) It is rarely possible to change people.
(c) It is only possible to change certain people.
(d) It is very possible to change people.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the outcome of the case that Bill complained about?

2. According to Bill, what should a person work to do?

3. When did Bill begin analyzing the network coverage of the Iraq War?

4. How does Bill describe the Fox News Channel's coverage of the Iraq War when comparing it to the competitors?

5. According to Bill, what is the only recourse people have in dealing with the legal system?

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