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Aldo Moro: Quiz


Question 1: After World War II, Moro was elected to the Constituent Assembly in 1946, and helped to draft the ________.
Constitution of ItalyConstitution of AustriaConstitution of the Republic of PolandSwiss Federal Constitution

Question 2: Carlos also claimed that the plotters originally planned to kidnap, along with Moro, the industrialist ________ and a judge of the Italian Supreme Court.
TurinJuventus F.C.FiatGianni Agnelli

Question 3: ________, Mario Baldassarri,[6] and Alberto Clò, of the faculty of the University of Bologna passed on a tip about a safe-house where the BR might have been holding Moro on April 2.
Massimo D'AlemaGiuliano AmatoLamberto DiniRomano Prodi

Question 4: During this period, Moro wrote several letters to the leaders of the Christian Democrats and to ________ (who later personally officiated in Moro's Funeral Mass).
Pope John Paul IIPope Pius XICatholic ChurchPope Paul VI

Question 5: [18] ________ also admitted the "crisis committee" also leaked a false statement, attributed to the Red Brigades, saying that Moro was dead.
Amintore FanfaniIvanoe BonomiFrancesco CossigaGiovanni Spadolini

Question 6: He was kidnapped on March 16, 1978, by the ________ (BR), and allegedly killed by them after 54 days of captivity.
Aldo MoroRed BrigadesItalyAntonio Negri

Question 7: The government refused to negotiate, despite demands by family, friends and Pope ________.
Pope Paul VIPope John Paul IIPope Pius XICatholic Church

Question 8: Five Moons Plaza (Piazza Delle Cinque Lune, 2003), directed by Renzo Martinelli and starring ________.
George C. ScottPeter O'TooleDonald SutherlandBeau Bridges

Question 9: Historian Sergio Flamigni, an erstwhile communist party member, believes Moretti was used by ________ to take over the Red Brigades and pursue a strategy of tension.
Operation GladioGladio in ItalyAldo MoroPiazza Fontana bombing

Question 10: The "Gladio network", directed by ________, has also been accused.
Central Intelligence AgencyNATOAfghanistanNon-Aligned Movement


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