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Which statements about President Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003 are true? Had to do with weapons and civil war.
a) Bush told the American people that there was evidence that Iraq possessed weapons, after ousted Hussein, a civil was occurred b) Bush promised that removing Saddam Hussein from power would force the Taliban to surrender. c) Bush claimed that Saddam Hussein was harboring Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaeda terrorists. d)
Which factor contributed to the war in Iraq dragging on for the remainder of President Bush's eight years in office? had to do with Bush administration.
a) President Bush decided to focus on capturing Osama bin Laden rather than overthrowing Saddam Hussein. b) The Bush administration failed to grasp Iraqis' religious differences and anti-Western feelings. c) Saddam Hussein proved to be a capable military leader who defeated U.S. forces time after time. d) Congress refused to allow President Bush to send more troops into Iraq to finish the job.
Which statements accurately describe arguments made against President Bush's decision to invade Iraq in 2003? Had to do with al Quaeda and the UN.
a) Invading Iraq divert attention, resources from destroying al-Qaeda. UN inspectors needed more time to see if Iraq had weapons b) Saddam Hussein was a moderate leader and an important ally of Israel. c) The Iraqi army and air force were too strong for the U.S. military to defeat. d)
Which orders the events of September 11, 2001, and U.S. response? 1. More than 3,000 people died 2 President Bush ordered an attack on Afghanistan 3 President Bush ordered an invasion of Iraq 4.Terrorists hijacked four planes. Starts with planes
a) 3, 1, 4, 2 b) 2, 4, 1, 3 c) 1, 4, 2, 3 d) 4, 1, 2, 3
Which statements accurately describe al-Qaeda's beliefs? Had to do with teaching and fears.
a) Al-Qaeda teaches an extreme, distorted version of Islam. Al-Qaeda fears freedom of thought, religion and democracy. b) Al-Qaeda believes it is never acceptable to take an innocent human life. c) The vast majority of Muslims around the world embrace al-Qaeda's beliefs. d)
Which statements accurately describe the events of September 11, 2001?
a) A terrorist network called al-Qaeda hijacked four civilian airliners and killed over 3,000.Osama said had to do with jihad b) The attacks were cheered by a large majority of Muslims around the world. c) Saddam Hussein masterminded the plan to attack New York and Washington. d)
Which role did the Supreme Court play in the 2000 presidential election? Had to do with winners.
a) It called the election a tie and ordered that another national vote be taken. b) It ruled that the recount of votes in Florida must proceed. c) It determined the winner of the election for the first time in American history. d) It declared that the Electoral College was unconstitutional.
Which accurately describes the events in the 2000 presidential election? Has to do with the Supreme Court.
a) The Supreme Court ordered a stop to the recount of votes in Florida and George W. Bush won the presidency although he lost th b) The House of Representatives had to break the tie in the Electoral College vote, and George W. Bush won the presidency. c) George W. Bush won the popular vote but lost the election to Al Gore because the Supreme Court overturned the vote. d) Al Gore and George W. Bush tied in electoral votes and the election was decided by the U.S. Senate.
Which statement about the process to elect the U.S. president is not correct? Had to do with electoral votes.
a) The election process was laid out in Article 2 of the Constitution. b) It is the electoral vote, not the popular vote that determines the winner. c) Every state receives the same number of electoral votes. d) Sometimes the candidate with the most popular votes does not win.
Which statement about the presidential election process in the United States is true? Had to do with the electoral college.
a) A three-quarters majority of votes by the Supreme Court justices is required to win. b) A two-thirds majority of votes in the House of Representatives and the Senate is required to win. c) A simple majority of the popular vote is required in order to win. d) A simple majority of Electoral College votes is required in order to win
Why did New Orleans suffer extreme flooding as a result of Hurricane Katrina?
a) 50% at/below sea level, walls failed to keep out water, no defenses against storms b) No one knew that the city’s levees needed to be strengthened. c) d)
Which statement about government response to Hurricane Katrina is correct? Had to do with being slow.
a) The state of Louisiana undertook all rescue and clean-up operations in New Orleans. b) The city government of New Orleans refused to accept offers of federal assistance. c) The slow federal response was a public relations disaster for the Bush administration. d) All levels of government cooperated quickly and efficiently to clean up the city.
In which of these situations would FEMA be called on to provide assistance? Has to do with a natural disaster.
a) a rock concert in Seattle b) a civil rights march in Atlanta c) a presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. d) an earthquake in Los Angeles
How was the election of 2008 unique in American history? Had to do with an African American.
a) No candidate won a majority of the popular vote. b) The first Catholic president was elected. c) A third-party candidate won the election. d) The first African American president was elected.
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