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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, when will the corruption in the legal system be taken care of?
(a) Within twenty years.
(b) Very soon.
(c) Not any time soon.
(d) Within ten years.
2. What were Fox News Channel reporters told not to do when covering the Iraq War?
(b) Take sides.
3. Does Bill think that Al Gore would have waged a war in Iraq if he had been elected?
(a) Yes, but he would have waited a year.
(b) Only if it did not interfere with global warming.
4. How should a person not act, according to Bill in Chapter 10?
5. What is the title of the tenth Chapter of Who's Looking Out for You?
(a) Who's Looking Out for You.
(b) Here's to You.
(c) You Can Do It.
(d) Think for Yourself.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which one of the following is not something that Bill learned on his way to success?
2. As Bill explains in Chapter 8, in a politically correct world, what happens when a white person attempts to discuss minority statistics?
3. During the time of network bias, how many Americans supported the decision to go to war against Iraq?
4. What stand does Bill think the Catholic Church may not be willing to take?
5. How does Bill describe the United States?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Bill's advice to minorities?
2. What are the dangers associated with becoming an internationalist country?
3. How did Walter Cronkite prove Bill's point of media bias?
4. What are some of the reasons why Bill supports the Iraq war?
5. Why does Bill think that independence is important?
6. What is Bill's advice to people pertaining to the courts?
7. What did the investigation by the California State Bar find?
8. As Bill explains in Chapter 8, what is the hypocrisy of some people that claim to represent the minorities?
9. Why is Chicago a good example of an overlooked inner city?
10. According to Bill, how can a person tell if they are being lied to?
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