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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Bill, what should a person do after learning from a mistake?
(a) Move on.
(b) Move on, but tell other people about it.
(c) Deny it and pretend it did not happen.
(d) Move on, but always think about it.
2. How should a person not act, according to Bill in Chapter 10?
3. According to Bill, what should not be assumed when someone is talking?
(a) That what they are saying is false.
(b) That they are not speaking to you.
(c) That what they are saying is true.
(d) That they are speaking to you.
4. What happened to the system because of the policies during the time Bill's grandfather worked with the police?
(a) The system became corrupt.
(b) The system became corruption-free.
(c) The system became less effective.
(d) The system became more effective.
5. Based on Bill's analysis, how many networks had an overwhelmingly biased coverage featuring anti-war protesters?
(a) Three out of three.
(c) Two out of three.
(d) One out of three.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the law "club" that Bill describes operate?
2. What is the title of the tenth Chapter of Who's Looking Out for You?
3. Which neighborhoods are sometimes ignored by law enforcement?
4. What did the media and other liberal outlets reject about the Iraq War?
5. According to Bill, what makes it possible for a common man to achieve fame and success?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the coverage of the war affect the military's fight in Iraq?
2. What did the investigation by the California State Bar find?
3. According to Bill, what types of things should be avoided when a person hopes to limit the number of mistakes they make?
4. What type of media bias did Bill reveal as he analyzed the network coverage of the Iraq war?
5. What are some of the suggestions in Chapter 10 that Bill gives people to help them live happier lives?
6. What was the difference in the way the police handled crime when Bill's grandfather patrolled the streets of New York?
7. How can people be vilified when speaking about minorities? What situation did Bill experience to show the political correctness in society?
8. Why does Bill think that independence is important?
9. What is the "law club" that Bill references in Chapter 7?
10. Why did Bill file a complaint with the California State Bar?
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