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Question 1: The animations portray mainstream American values, some of which might now be considered politically "liberal," yet at the time, they were meant to contrast with the values of Soviet and Maoist ________.
Karl MarxSocialismMarxismSocialist state

Question 2: Today, the University contains forty-four buildings, a graduate school of religion in Memphis, and satellite campuses in ________ and Bentonville.
Little Rock, ArkansasJacksonville, ArkansasNorth Little Rock, ArkansasSherwood, Arkansas

Question 3: Kenneth Starr: lawyer, professor, former Office of the Independent Counsel, former dean of the Pepperdine University law school, and current president of ________.
Abilene Christian UniversityShorter College (Georgia)Baylor UniversityWayland Baptist University

Question 4: Torrance "Tank" Daniels: an ________ linebacker currently playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL.
Touch football (American)American footballArena footballGridiron football

Question 5: General & Secretary of State ________
George MarshallCondoleezza RiceColin PowellAlexander Haig

Question 6: (Starr did not graduate from Harding; he received his degrees from George Washington University, ________, and Duke University)
Brown UniversityHarvard UniversityPrinceton UniversityYale University

Question 7: "Tank" is the only Harding alumnus to play in a game in the ________ or to win a Super Bowl Ring.
National Football LeagueThanksgiving Classic2009 NFL seasonAmerican Football League

Question 8: Harding competes in intercollegiate athletics at the NCAA Division-II level in the ________ (GSC) and offers numerous intramural athletic opportunities.
Gulf South ConferenceCollege footballSouthern Intercollegiate Athletic ConferenceNCAA Division II National Football Championship

Question 9: LaMar Baker: businessman, former Republican U.S. representative from ________
ArkansasAlabamaGeorgia (U.S. state)Tennessee

Question 10: ________, conservative commentator
National ReviewWilliam F. Buckley, Jr.ConservatismNeoconservatism


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