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Global Literacy according to Newsweek Magazine



billkozyBillkozy on 06/10/2009

GlobalLiteracyaccordingtoNewsweekMagazine Photo This quiz addresses facts and insights about the world that Newsweek magazine thought were worth knowing according to their July 2/July 9, 2007 issue. The topics are skewed a bit toward an American readership, but the topics cover everything from the arts and science to history and religion.

Good luck with the quiz and please rate it afterward if you have a chance.
Thanks, and best wishes,
Bill
17 Questions




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Difficulty:  Difficult
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Comments (2)
mcelfie
Mcelfie  (Level: 29.0)
Sat, 13th Jun '09 12:43 PM

good


reptilicus
Reptilicus  (Level: 85.0)
Wed, 10th Jun '09 11:06 PM

in 1952, Eisenhower -Nixon versus stevenson-Sparkman?
Did Barkley or Truman seek the nomination early on? my
recollection is Truman didn't bother to seek it. Reptilicus







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