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Question 1: He ran as an "outsider" against incumbent mayor Ed Koch, Manhattan Borough President ________, and city comptroller Harrison J. Goldin.
David DinkinsRuth MessingerPercy SuttonRobert F. Wagner, Jr.

Question 2: During the ________, in an attempt to break a legislative stalemate, Paterson appointed Ravitch to the position of Lieutenant Governor of New York.
2009 New York State Senate leadership crisisPedro Espada Jr.David PatersonMalcolm Smith (U.S. politician)

Question 3: In 2004, Ravitch became a partner in Ravitch, Rice & Company, and was the chairman of both the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust's Board of Trustees, and the ________ Building Investment Trust's Advisory Board.
Labor Council for Latin American AdvancementAmerican Rights at WorkAFL-CIOJohn Sweeney (labor leader)

Question 4: [23] Dinkins went on to win the general election against ________.
Rudy Giuliani presidential campaign, 2008Joe BidenHillary Rodham ClintonRudy Giuliani

Question 5: He was appointed to the position in July 2009 by New York Governor ________.
Haley BarbourBill RichardsonEd RendellDavid Paterson

Question 6: He married ________ (née Silvers) in 1960;[11] they have two sons, Joseph and Michael.
Diane RavitchWilliams CollegeColumbia UniversityUnion College (New York)

Question 7: Doyle, the Chairman and CEO of Doyle New York, an ________ and appraisal company.
Auction theoryEconomicsOnline auction business modelAuction

Question 8: On July 21, 2009, ________ Justice William R.
New York City Criminal CourtNew York CityNew York Supreme Court, Appellate DivisionNew York Supreme Court

Question 9: [6] His father was a co-founder of HRH Construction Corporation, which eventually grew to have offices in New York, ________, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico.
San Jose, CaliforniaLos AngelesLong Beach, CaliforniaGlendale, California

Question 10: President ________ appointed Ravitch to the United States Commission on Urban Problems in 1966, and he was elected president of the Citizens Housing and Planning Council (CHPC) in 1968.
Harry S. TrumanJimmy CarterJohn F. KennedyLyndon B. Johnson
















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