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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Ahmed Farahnakian, how did Iran retaliate when their recovery plan was spoiled?
(a) They bombed a bridge.
(b) They declared war against the country that spoiled their recovery plan.
(c) They adapted their recovery plan to include the country that initially spoiled it.
(d) They bombed the country that was sending in refugees.
2. Who does Mary Jo Miller free from being pulled out the window by the infected?
(a) A stranger.
(b) Her neighbor.
(c) Her boss.
(d) Her daughter.
3. Why does Philip Adler finally agree to follow the order he initially refuses?
(a) To protect his men from charges of treason.
(b) To protect himself from charges of treason.
(c) The order is changed so that some of the civilians are not left behind.
(d) Because he realizes it's the only way to survive.
4. To where was Bob Archer transferred?
(b) Buenos Aires.
(c) Area 51.
5. What is the likely explanation given for reanimated bodies with no bite marks?
(a) Women who were pregnant when they became infected, passing it to their babies.
(b) The wounds healed before the infection showed symptoms.
(c) Blood transfusions.
(d) Illegal organ transplants.
6. What position does Grover Carlson hold when he is interviewed by the narrator?
(a) Dung collector for a bioconversion plant.
(b) Taxi driver.
(c) Sewage filtration technician for a water purification plant.
(d) Resettlement camp tower guard.
7. What does Saladin Kader believe about Warmbrunn's plan?
(a) It was never intended to be put into practice.
(b) It is a suicide mission.
(c) It is a Zionist lie.
(d) It was stolen from a Russian intelligence agency.
8. Why does smuggling become popular in the early stages of the outbreak?
(a) Rich clients traveled to other countries in search of a cure.
(b) A cure was created, but was only given to the military, so volunteers attempted to get it to civilians through smuggling.
(c) During the outbreak, alcohol was banned and had to be smuggled into the United States.
(d) The infected were smuggled into countries by enemies as a form of biological warfare.
9. How did the Redeker Plan begin?
(a) The consolidation of military forces to a safe zone.
(b) The consolidation of all government officials to a safe zone.
(c) The consolidation of all doctors to a safe zone.
(d) The consolidation of rich civilians to a safe zone.
10. During the Panic, what was T. Sean Collins's job?
(a) He was a chauffeur.
(b) He was a pilot.
(c) He was a reporter.
(d) He was a mercenary.
11. What illness did Breckinridge Scott's vaccine claim to cure?
(b) Celiac disease.
12. Where did the narrator interview Xolelwa Azania?
(a) A U.S. Embassy building in Russia.
(b) A psychiatric hospital.
(c) A prison.
(d) A secret bunker in Antarctica.
13. What was the purpose of the civilians left behind in Redeker's plan?
(a) They were used as human bait.
(b) They would be instructed to rebuild society.
(c) They were used to fight the infected people.
(d) They chose to stay behind.
14. What event caused Paul Redeker not to be seen again?
(a) The death of his mother.
(b) A hug.
(c) The implementation of the Redeker Plan.
(d) A death threat.
15. How did the CIA handle the Warmbrunn-Knight plan?
(a) They never received it.
(b) They ignored it.
(c) They immediately implemented it.
(d) They approached the White House with it, but were ignored.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the narrator meet Todd Wainio?
2. Why did Breckinridge Scott develop a vaccine?
3. To where did Breckinridge Scott escape to live in solitude?
4. What happens to the infected in cold weather?
5. What is the term given to the twelve-year-old boy believed to be the first human infected?
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