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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 10, International Law.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What can the ultimate rule of recognition be recognized from?
(a) Two points of view.
(b) Three points of view.
(c) Four points of view.
(d) A single points of view.
2. What shares the same drawback as a book of statuses?
(a) Ratified legislation.
(b) Set of precedent.
(c) Custom laws.
(d) Set of ratified legislation or judicial rulings.
3. What do laws modify in many cases?
(b) The range of application of others laws.
(c) The liberty of the people.
(d) The judge understanding the law.
4. What is there not of between determinate rules and rule skepticism?
(b) Pure dichotomy.
5. Who denies there are true laws against murder?
Short Answer Questions
1. What cannot laws be reduced to?
2. What standard do we often try to employ, according to Hart?
3. Who wrote Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
4. What do the first type of rules do?
5. When may a society acquire a system of supremacy of rules?
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