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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What town does Bill use in Chapter 8 to point out the tolerance of drug activity?
(b) San Francisco.
(c) St. Louis.
2. 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.
3. What type of evidence was presented at the trial in the case that Bill filed a complaint about?
(d) Eye witness.
4. Where did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
(a) New York.
(d) New Jersey.
5. When someone makes a mistake, how does Bill think they should respond?
(a) They should not dwell on it.
(b) They should not doubt their ability.
(c) They should dwell on it.
(d) They should doubt their ability.
6. When did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
(a) During World War I.
(b) Before World War I.
(c) During the Great Depression.
(d) During World War II.
7. What reason does Bill give for his precaution when talking with people?
(a) Many people are not honest.
(b) Some people are not knowledgeable.
(c) Some people are not honest.
(d) Many people are not knowledgeable.
8. How does Bill believe it is possible to change people?
(a) It is only possible to change certain people.
(b) It is not possible to change people.
(c) It is very possible to change people.
(d) It is rarely possible to change people.
9. What stand does Bill think the Catholic Church may not be willing to take?
(a) Defending freedom.
(b) Defending justice.
(c) Calling out evil.
(d) Calling out ignorance.
10. What did the defense lawyers unethically ignore in the case that Bill complained about?
(a) The judge's request.
(b) The verdict.
(c) Their client's guilt.
(d) The jury's request.
11. As Bill explains in Chapter 6, what is the problem with using a "world consensus"?
(a) It ignores many problems for less than half of the countries.
(b) It does not put America's best interest first.
(c) It ignores many problems for over half of the other countries.
(d) It addresses too many problems that have nothing to do with America.
12. 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 taken seriously.
(c) They are ridiculed.
(d) They are called a racist.
13. According to Bill, when will the corruption in the legal system be taken care of?
(a) Very soon.
(b) Within ten years.
(c) Not any time soon.
(d) Within twenty years.
14. According to Bill, what type of people should be avoided?
(a) Ignorant people.
(b) Needy people.
(c) Emotionally unstable people.
(d) Stubborn people.
15. According to Bill, what should a person do after learning from a mistake?
(a) Deny it and pretend it did not happen.
(b) Move on, but tell other people about it.
(c) Move on, but always think about it.
(d) Move on.
Short Answer Questions
1. How should a person build self-confidence, according to Bill in Chapter 10?
2. Based on Bill's advice in Chapter 9, what is very important in self-discipline?
3. How is the legal system growing?
4. What workplace practice does Bill describe as demeaning and low quality?
5. What city did then President Bill Clinton bomb without U.N. permission?
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