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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the outcome of the case that Bill complained about?
(a) A life sentence.
(b) Twenty five years in prison.
(c) Jail time with no parole.
(d) A death sentence.
2. Does Bill think that Al Gore would have waged a war in Iraq if he had been elected?
(b) Only if it did not interfere with global warming.
(d) Yes, but he would have waited a year.
3. According to Bill, how will a normal citizen fare when dealing with the law club?
(a) They will pay a small price.
(b) They will be ignored.
(c) They will be treated especially well.
(d) They will pay dearly.
4. What did Walter Cronkite label the Iraq War in order to criticize the Bush administration?
5. According to Bill, what is the secret to discipline?
(a) To make only minor mistakes.
(b) To make as few mistakes as possible.
(c) To never make any mistakes.
(d) To make a combination of major and minor mistakes.
6. What does Bill think of parents who teach their children to hate cops?
(a) He thinks they are encouraging violence.
(b) He thinks they are encouraging crime.
(c) He thinks they are doing a disservice.
(d) He thinks they are confirming ignorance.
7. According to Bill, when will the corruption in the legal system be taken care of?
(a) Within twenty years.
(b) Within ten years.
(c) Not any time soon.
(d) Very soon.
8. According to Bill, what makes it possible for a common man to achieve fame and success?
(a) The country's reputation.
(b) The country's financial status.
(c) The country's political system.
(d) The country's atmosphere.
9. How did the State Bar respond to Bill's petition?
(a) They refused to investigate.
(b) They found a major misconduct.
(c) They found a slight misconduct.
(d) They found no misconduct.
10. What is the title of the tenth Chapter of Who's Looking Out for You?
(a) Who's Looking Out for You.
(b) Think for Yourself.
(c) Here's to You.
(d) You Can Do It.
11. What took Bill several years to learn?
(a) How to look natural on television.
(b) Which angles to use when being filmed for television.
(c) Which people to get advice from before appearing on television.
(d) How to combat corruption in the broadcast news business.
12. In the end, what does Bill think is all that matters?
(a) What you do and how others perceive you.
(b) What you do and what others do.
(c) What you do, what others do, and how others perceive you.
(d) Only what you do.
13. What type of evidence was presented at the trial in the case that Bill filed a complaint about?
(b) Eye witness.
14. Which of the following sayings is not included in the section covering some of Bill's mistakes?
(a) To err is human, to forgive is divine.
(b) Chaos always creates more chaos.
(c) Two wrongs don't make a right.
(d) Bad decisions lead to bad outcomes.
15. Where did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
(b) New Jersey.
(c) New York.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Bill think overlooks many inner city neighborhoods?
2. During the time of network bias, how many Americans supported the decision to go to war against Iraq?
3. What other war does Bill use to reveal Cronkite's hypocrisy?
4. What does Bill think the reader should understand?
5. How is the legal system growing?
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