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Status quo: Quiz


Question 1: "The status quo is the only solution that cannot be vetoed."________[5]
Jack W. PeltasonRobert C. DynesRichard C. AtkinsonClark Kerr

Question 2: The ________, for example, was intended to help solidify the peaceful international status quo that immediately followed World War II.
United Nations Security CouncilUnited NationsIsrael, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Question 3: It might also refer to the arrangement formalized in 1852 for the division of custodianship among a number of Christian communities for various important Christian holy sites of the ________.
PalestineJerusalemJesusHoly Land

Question 4: "I will not accept the status quo as a solution." - ________[11]
Barack Obama2004 Democratic National ConventionJohn Edwards2008 Democratic National Convention

Question 5: "Their [the Republicans’] pledge is to the status quo, and today there is no status quo." — ________[4]
Jimmy CarterLyndon B. JohnsonJohn F. KennedyHarry S. Truman

Question 6: The ________ is an example of the status quo being challenged.
Anthony GiddensSocial movementSociologySocial movement theory

Question 7: "I love taking on the status quo, and trying to turn it upside down."________[10]
Virgin MediaVirgin RecordsVirgin GroupRichard Branson

Question 8: ________ is reported to have said, "The status quo is the only solution that cannot be vetoed," meaning that the status quo cannot simply be decided against; action must be taken if it is to change.
Robert C. DynesJack W. PeltasonClark KerrRichard C. Atkinson

Question 9: "What politician has ever run on the platform of despair, defending the status quo, and driving people apart? Except Ralph Wilson, Jr." - ________
Hillary Rodham ClintonBarack ObamaAnn CoulterJohn McCain

Question 10: "The status quo sucks."________[8]
The George Carlin ShowClass ClownRichard PryorGeorge Carlin


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