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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. What is an internationalist country?
(a) A country that refuses to help other countries.
(b) A country that defies the international laws established.
(c) A country that thinks it is no better than other countries.
(d) A country that adapts all of the international laws as its own.
2. What was the charge that Bill made when he petitioned the State Bar after the case?
(a) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the jury.
(b) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the prosecution.
(c) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the jury.
(d) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the prosecution.
3. As explained in Chapter 9, how can confiding in a person of character affect stress?
(a) It can lower stress.
(b) It raises stress slightly.
(c) It has no affect on stress.
(d) It removes stress.
4. Who did the defense lawyers ruthlessly attack, drawing Bill's attention and complaint?
(a) The parents of the victim.
(b) The victim.
(c) The parents of a victim in another case.
(d) A victim in another case.
5. How should a person not act, according to Bill in Chapter 10?
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Bill consider Peter Jennings while at ABC?
2. What is on the rise across the nation?
3. What does Bill think the reader should understand?
4. How does Bill describe the Fox News Channel's coverage of the Iraq War when comparing it to the competitors?
5. When did Bill's grandfather work as a beat cop?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Bill, how can a person tell if they are being lied to?
2. What is the "law club" that Bill references in Chapter 7?
3. What is one of the inspiring messages that contribute to the main theme of the conclusion to Who's Looking Out for You?
4. What is Bill's prediction for the future of the legal system?
5. Why does Bill choose to end the book with a chapter that does not involve politics?
6. What did the investigation by the California State Bar find?
7. What are Bill's thoughts on tolerance?
8. According to Bill, what aspects of America make it possible for anyone to rise up and achieve fame or success?
9. What example does Bill give of how the media rushed to judgment in the Iraq war and were left looking foolish?
10. Why did Bill file a complaint with the California State Bar?
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