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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How was Redeker's plan initially received?
(a) It was altered and implemented.
(b) It was welcomed with a standing ovation.
(c) It was rejected.
(d) It was accepted.
2. According to Todd Wainio, where were the soldiers placed?
(a) High and under cover.
(b) On the ground in foxholes.
(c) In skyscrapers.
(d) In an open field.
3. Who directed the implementation of the Redeker Plan?
(a) The United Nations.
(b) Xolelwa Azania.
(c) Paul Redeker.
4. Who are the Yanomami?
(a) The Walking Dead.
(b) The Fierce People.
(c) Those Who Are Immune.
(d) The Infected People.
5. Who is Rolihlahla?
(a) The spokesperson for the United Nations.
(b) A war veteran and friend of Paul Redeker.
(c) The father of democracy in South Africa.
(d) A great supporter of Paul Redeker's work.
6. What promise does Philip Adler make to himself?
(a) That he will have Lang court-marshalled.
(b) That he will have Lang fired.
(c) That he will tell the real story about Lang one day.
(d) That he will kill Lang.
7. According to Maria Zhuganova, what is the Decimation?
(a) The soldiers burned ten villages to the ground to create a barrier from the infection.
(b) The soldiers were forced to kill 10% of a civilian village.
(c) The soldiers broke into groups of ten and selected a member to be stoned to death.
(d) The general chose ten soldiers to be purposely infected with the outbreak.
8. Who carries Sharon to the parking lot from the church?
(a) A stranger with big, soft arms.
(b) The minister's wife.
(c) Ashley's mother.
(d) Her mother.
9. According to Maria Zhuganova, who shoots a little girl between the eyes?
(a) Pizza Face.
(b) Rat Face.
(c) Rat Man.
(d) Big Man.
10. Why does smuggling become popular in the early stages of the outbreak?
(a) The infected were smuggled into countries by enemies as a form of biological warfare.
(b) Rich clients traveled to other countries in search of a cure.
(c) During the outbreak, alcohol was banned and had to be smuggled into the United States.
(d) A cure was created, but was only given to the military, so volunteers attempted to get it to civilians through smuggling.
11. How was the twelve-year-old boy infected?
(a) He was born infected, but the illness remained dormant for twelve years.
(b) He was bitten while hunting.
(c) He was bitten while fishing.
(d) He ate infected meat.
12. What was the name of Breckinridge Scott's vaccine?
13. In what town is the outbreak believed to have originated?
(a) Hope, New Mexico.
(b) Zeeland, The Netherlands.
(c) New Dachang, China.
(d) Manitoba, Canada.
14. According to Todd Wainio, what led to soldiers panicking and the line collapsing?
(a) Several infected people breaking through the line.
(b) The video feed.
(c) Reports from helicopters overhead.
(d) Running out of ammunition.
15. During the Panic, what was T. Sean Collins's job?
(a) He was a pilot.
(b) He was a reporter.
(c) He was a mercenary.
(d) He was a chauffeur.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the narrator interviews Paul Redeker, what number novel is he writing?
2. How does Jurgen Warmbrunn learn about the outbreak?
3. Why is Paul Redeker a good choice for coming up with solutions to world problems?
4. Where does Breckinridge Scott place the blame for the Great Panic?
5. What did citizens of South Africa think of Paul Redeker?
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