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. According to Bill, when will the corruption in the legal system be taken care of?
(a) Within ten years.
(b) Very soon.
(c) Not any time soon.
(d) Within twenty years.

2. Which of the following sayings is not included in the section covering some of Bill's mistakes?
(a) Bad decisions lead to bad outcomes.
(b) To err is human, to forgive is divine.
(c) Two wrongs don't make a right.
(d) Chaos always creates more chaos.

3. Where did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
(a) New Jersey.
(b) Chicago.
(c) Connecticut.
(d) New York.

4. What two things does Bill mention as important when dealing with a workplace environment?
(a) Self-control and individuality.
(b) Self-control and a support group.
(c) Self-reliance and a support group.
(d) Self-reliance and individuality.

5. Which network did Peter Arnett work for when he joined many Hollywood actors in falsely predicting the war would be a disaster?
(a) CBS.
(b) CNN.
(c) NBC.
(d) MSNBC.

6. When was Bill working at CBS?
(a) In the early nineties.
(b) In the late nineties.
(c) In the early eighties.
(d) In the late eighties.

7. What other war does Bill use to reveal Cronkite's hypocrisy?
(a) Vietnam.
(b) The Gulf War.
(c) World War II.
(d) The Korean War.

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

9. What was the charge that Bill made when he petitioned the State Bar after the case?
(a) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the prosecution.
(b) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the prosecution.
(c) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the jury.
(d) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the jury.

10. Based on Bill's advice in Chapter 9, what is very important in self-discipline?
(a) Impatience and control of situations.
(b) Self-control and patience.
(c) Self-control and impatience.
(d) Patience and control of situations.

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

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

13. As Bill observes, what happens to the happiest people?
(a) They never make mistakes.
(b) They make the most mistakes.
(c) They make the fewest mistakes.
(d) They rarely make mistakes.

14. What did Bill hope to accomplish while anchoring Inside Edition?
(a) Changing the format to righting wrongs.
(b) Covering political stories.
(c) Maintaining the entertainment aspect of the show.
(d) Covering hard news.

15. What type of evidence was presented at the trial in the case that Bill filed a complaint about?
(a) Eye witness.
(b) Hearsay.
(c) None.
(d) Circumstantial.

Short Answer Questions

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

2. What were Fox News Channel reporters told not to do when covering the Iraq War?

3. What does Bill think people should strive for in Chapter 10?

4. How is the legal system growing?

5. What is Bill's advice to minorities?

(see the answer keys)

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