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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?
Living for the moment
Avoidance of violence
By all means
Love

Question 2:


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

Question 3:


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

Question 4:


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

Question 5:


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

Question 6:


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

Question 7:


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

Question 8:


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

Question 9:


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

Question 10:


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

 


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