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Question 1: Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in ________ after having suffered a stroke.
Staten IslandNew York CityBrooklynManhattan

Question 2: He subsequently worked for several government agencies, becoming the general counsel for the ________ in 1940.
CBSFederal Communications CommissionUltra high frequencyMobile television

Question 3: He strongly criticized the ________ of Lt.
MilitaryCourt-martialJudge Advocate General's CorpsDesertion

Question 4: Telford Taylor When people kill a people, ________, March 28, 1982.
The Boston GlobeThe New York Times CompanyInternational Herald TribuneThe New York Times

Question 5: At the ________, he initially served as an assistant to Chief Counsel Robert H. Jackson and in this function was the U.S.
The HolocaustAdolf HitlerNuremberg TrialsJoseph Goebbels

Question 6: While Taylor was not wholly satisfied with the outcomes of the Nuremberg Trials, he considered them a success because they set a precedent and defined a legal base for ________ and humanity.
Crime against humanityUniversal jurisdictionCrime against peaceGenocide

Question 7: His 1979 book, Munich: The Price of Peace, won the ________ for the "best work of general nonfiction".
1978Sara Paretsky2000National Book Critics Circle Award

Question 8: troops in the Vietnam War, and in 1971 urged President ________ to set up a national commission to investigate the conflict.
Ronald ReaganGerald FordGeorge H. W. BushRichard Nixon

Question 9: In 1961 Taylor attended the Eichmann trial in ________ as a semi-official observer, and expressed concerns about the trial being held on a defective statute.
GreeceArmeniaIsraelUnited States

Question 10: He attended Williams College in Massachusetts before enrolling at the ________ in 1928, where he received his law degree in 1932.
Harvard Business SchoolHarvard UniversityYale Law SchoolHarvard Law School

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