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All of the following lead to an "us versus them" mentality

Question : All of the following lead to an "us versus them" mentality : 2139064

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

31) All of the following lead to an "us versus them" mentality on the part of officers except:

A) their feeling invulnerable.

B) the isolation of officers.

C) their risk-taking personality.

D) the large amount of time officers spend with civilian public.

32) Which of the following would be associated with grass-eaters?

A) Aggressive corruption

B) Graft

C) Looking the other way

D) Trying to help

33) Which of the following would be associated with meat-eaters?

A) Aggressive corruption

B) Graft

C) Trying to help

D) Looking the other way

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

34) Corruption has been attributed to under-representation of the disadvantaged.

35) Hiring an unskilled relative as a policy analyst would be an example of public corruption.

36) "Little corruption" in the highest level of federal executive office has been persistent.

37) Melvyn Paisley was an Assistant Secretary of the Navy who was in charge of procurement.

38) William Jennings Bryan was a famous orator who threatened to withdraw his legislative services if the bank did not refresh his retainer.

39) The division of the DHS into multiple agencies with overlapping responsibilities has meant coordinated approaches to investigations.

40) Gulf Oil Corporation maintained a multimillion-dollar secret fund used to make illegal campaign contributions. It appeared the Gulf though the United States Senate was for sale.

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