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Follow My Lead - Charismatic Political Leaders

written by: discoglist
 
Learn more about some of the political leaders who used their charismatic authority in their way to the top.

Question 1:


Mahatma Gandhi's political ideas were defined by the ahimsa philosophical concept. What does the Sanskrit word 'ahimsa' mean?
Avoidance of violence
By all means
Living for the moment
Love

Question 2:


Who gave Margaret Thatcher the nickname 'The Iron Lady'?
David Letterman
the Soviet media
Prince Charles
George H. W. Bush

Question 3:


What nickname was given to Fidel Castro?
The Horse
The Giant
Comandante
All of these

Question 4:


Which of these statements is true about President John F. Kennedy?
All of these
He is the first president to have won a Nobel Prize.
He was the first Catholic president of the United States.
He was assassinated in New York City

Question 5:


In what field was Sir Winston Churchill awarded a Nobel Prize in 1953?
Physics
Literature
Chemistry
Peace

Question 6:


Lech Walesa was President of this European country from 1990 to 1995.
Czech Republic
Switzerland
Poland
Slovakia

Question 7:


What office did Saddam Hussein hold between July 16, 1979 and April 9, 2003?
Vice president
None of these
President of Iraq
Regent of the monarch

Question 8:


How did Nazi leader Adolf Hitler die on April 30, 1945?
He suffered from a stroke.
He was shot.
He was executed.
He committed suicide.

Question 9:


Vladimir Lenin was the leader of this revolution that took place in Russia in 1917.
All of these
October Revolution
Bolshevik Revolution
Soviet Revolution

Question 10:


What was President Ronald Reagan's occupation before he started his political career?
Tailor
Actor
Salesman
Painter

 


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