1. Abraham Lincoln’s _______________ began: “Four score and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation: conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.”
a) Emancipation Proclamation
b) Thanksgiving Proclamation
c) Gettysburg Address
d) none of the above

2. Abraham Lincoln concluded his _____________________ with: “With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.”
a) Second Inaugural Address
b) First Inaugural Address
c) Emancipation Proclamation
d) Gettysburg Address

3. In a speech at the international security conference in Germany on Saturday, U.S. Defense Secretary _______________ urged world security leaders to “wake up” to China’s efforts to influence world affairs.
a) Mike Pompeo
b) William Barr
c) Mark Esper
d) James “Mad Dog” Mattis

4. The Defense Secretary accused the communist government of China of doing all but which one:
a) stealing trade secrets from U.S. companies
b) intimidating their smaller neighbors
c) internal repression of its own citizens
d) lying about the spread of the Coronavirus

5. After the DNC changed the debate requirements needed to participate in Wednesday’s Democratic debate, NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg qualified, having received 19% support in a national poll. He gained support without participating in any debates or the early primaries. Instead, Bloomberg has _______________. His fellow Democratic candidates have pointed out that Bloomberg the billionaire is buying his way to try to become the nominee and that this is not fair.
a) gained a following on Instagram with his popular posts
b) appealed to minorities, women and farmers with his focus on these groups
c) spent the past several months going door to door in swing states, making the case for his candidacy
d) spent $400 million of his own money on TV ads

6. Prior to Wednesday’s debate, the Bloomberg campaign noted that the mayor wanted to present his plans to voters for two key Democratic issues that are the most important to him:
a) education and the border wall
b) climate change and gun control
c) taxes and unemployment
d) terrorism/national security and Second Amendment rights

7. During Wednesday’s debate, the one candidate attacked by the other 5 was:
a) Michael Bloomberg
b) Bernie Sanders
c) Joe Biden
d) Amy Klobuchar

8. One of the top issues Bernie Sanders focuses on in his campaign is “income inequality” and what he sees as the immorality of anyone being a billionaire. During the debate, Mayor Bloomberg pointed out, “The best-known socialist in the country [Bernie Sanders] _______________.
a) “wishes he had as much money as I do”
b) “knows nothing about how the economy works”
c) “is a millionaire with three houses”
d) “has recently become one of top 1 percent of earners in the U.S.”

9. Which one is not true about Iwo Jima?
a) it is a volcanic island
b) it is located halfway between Tokyo and Guam
c) it was the first native Japanese soil to be invaded during the Allied advance
d) Emperor Hirohito announced Japan’s surrender from Iwo Jima

10. How many American marines were killed on Iwo Jima?
a) almost 70
b) almost 700
c) almost 7,000
d) almost 70,000

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