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Keizō Obuchi: Quiz

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Question 1: In 1979, he became the director of the prime minister's office and director of the ________ Development Agency, his first cabinet post.
JapanRyukyu IslandsOkinawa PrefectureYamanashi Prefecture

Question 2: His political career ended when he suffered a serious and ultimately fatal ________.
StrokeCerebral aneurysmCerebral venous sinus thrombosisSubarachnoid hemorrhage

Question 3: In 1958, he enrolled at ________ as an English literature major, in hopes of becoming a writer.
McGill UniversityCornell UniversityStanford UniversityWaseda University

Question 4: While in the United States, he met ________ by walking into the attorney general's office.
John F. KennedyRobert F. KennedyLyndon B. JohnsonWilliam M. Evarts

Question 5: At the age of 13, he transferred to a private middle school in ________, and lived in the city for the rest of his life.
Greater Tokyo AreaMinato, TokyoBeijingTokyo

Question 6: He became famous two years later, who formally announced the death of Emperor Showa, and later publicly announced the new era name "Heisei" for the new Emperor ________.
AkihitoEmperor TaishōChrysanthemum ThroneEmperor Meiji

Question 7: In 1997, Ryutaro Hashimoto appointed Obuchi as Minister of Foreign Affairs, where he shone in negotiations with Russia over Japanese claims in the Kuril Islands, as well as negotiations over the unification of ________.
KoreaSouth KoreaNorth KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 8: When his father died that same year, he decided to follow in his footsteps, so he changed his major to ________ and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in 1962.
Social sciencesPhilosophyPolitical philosophyPolitical science







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