Chapter 1, Persistent Questions
1. What is the question Hart tries to answer in the book according to Chapter 1?
(a) How is law formed.
(b) What is law.
(c) Who has the law.
(d) Who is the law.
2. How does Hart qualifies most statements made about law by great minds?
(d) True and deeply puzzling.
3. What is the concept of law according to Hart?
(a) Easy to understand.
(c) Hard to analyze.
(d) Only understood by scholars.
4. What is the first difficult thing about law?
(a) Determine why laws are in place.
(b) Determine why laws are accepted.
(c) Determine who make the law.
(d) To determine whether something is law.
5. What is a book of statutes not necessarily?
6. What shares the same drawback as a book of statuses?
(a) Set of ratified legislation or judicial rulings.
(b) Ratified legislation.
(c) Set of precedent.
(d) Custom laws.
7. What do rules do?
(a) Allow law makers to make laws.
(b) Forbid certain type of behavior under penalty.
(c) Allow behaviors that are not forbidden.
(d) Allow a community to live in peace.
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