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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. Where is Mary Jo Miller during her first encounter with the infected?
(a) At work.
(b) Her home.
(c) On the street.
(d) The grocery store.
2. Where was Philip Adler in charge of a military operation during the war?
(a) Frankfurt, Germany.
(b) Hamburg, Germany.
(c) Dublin, Ireland.
(d) Armagh, Ireland.
3. Where does Breckinridge Scott place the blame for the Great Panic?
(a) The military.
(b) The press.
(c) The government.
(d) The CIA.
4. Why did Breckinridge Scott develop a vaccine?
(a) To cure people.
(b) To continue research already in progress.
(c) To show his patriotism.
(d) To make money.
5. According to Travis D'Ambrosia, why was Phase Two of the plan to handle the infected never started?
(a) The American public was too war weary.
(b) The American public voted against implementing Phase Two.
(c) The American military was not ready.
(d) The American military voted against implementing Phase Two.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the CIA handle the Warmbrunn-Knight plan?
2. How did the Redeker Plan begin?
3. How was the twelve-year-old boy infected?
4. What is Stanley MacDonald told about the bodies found in caves?
5. To where did Breckinridge Scott escape to live in solitude?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the relationship between Lang and Philip Adler.
2. Who is Xolelwa Azania? Why is he important?
3. Give three examples of civilians panicking at the beginning of Chapter 3.
4. Describe the battle between the U.S. and zombies at Yonkers.
5. Describe the "New Community" settlement in which Mary Jo Miller lives in Troy, Montana.
6. Explain how the U.S. government responded to the outbreak.
7. Explain why a chemical weapon is dropped over a bridge, according to Bohdan Taras.
8. Explain what happened between Iran and Pakistan during the war.
9. What is Phalanx?
10. Explain how the rich and famous handled the war, according to T. Sean Collins.
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