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Question 1:
Where does Newsweek come from?
United States, Canada, Australia,
United Kingdom / United States
United States
brought from Germany, started officially in United States

Question 2:

Question 3: in New York City, Los Angeles, the Midwest (________ and Detroit), Dallas, Miami, Washington, D.C.

Question 4:
What is the frequency of Newsweek?

Question 5:
Who of the following is an editor of Newsweek?
David T McCurley
Jon Meacham
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Question 6: The 2000 film Harrison's Flowers is the story of a Newsweek photojournalist lost in the war-torn former ________.
Josip Broz TitoSerbiaBosnia and HerzegovinaYugoslavia

Question 7: Zakaria told ________ that he attended the meeting for several hours but did not recall being told that a report for the President would be produced.
The Boston GlobeThe New York Times CompanyThe New York TimesInternational Herald Tribune

Question 8: Sarah Palin, the ________, and other commentators have accused Newsweek of sexism for their choice of cover in the November issue discussing Palin's book, Going Rogue: An American Life.
Sam ZellKTLAChicago TribuneLos Angeles Times

Question 9: ________ (an Australian weekly until 2008) incorporated an international news section from Newsweek.
FeminismWorld War IRacismThe Bulletin

Question 10: Schools with average ________ scores above 1300 or average ACT scores above 27 are excluded from the list; these are categorized instead as "Public Elite" High Schools.
ACT (test)SATSAT Subject TestsMathematics


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