What Do You Know?: The Ultimate Test of Common (and Not So Common) Knowledge

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Gramercy Books, 2000 - Games - 257 pages
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A treasury of trivia tests on every subject imaginable, covering people, places, and events on everything from art to rock and roll-even crooks and con artists, TV shows, advertising jingles. Each subject has a brief introduction on what the test is intended to show. And there's even an introduction by celebrated TV journalist, Mike Wallace.

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In 1985, O'Neill, a California community college professor, tested his students and was shocked to discover how little they knew about U.S. cultural heritage and current events. His article in ... Read full review

Contents

The 60 Minutes Test
7
Reality Check
23
Gender Confusion
42
Copyright

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