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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 5, Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which status is the closest to the Austin/coercive order model?
(a) Secondary status.
(b) Civil statutes.
(c) Primary status.
(d) Penal status.
2. What is rare for an individual to do in modern society?
(a) Do something that is not illegal.
(b) Do something that is moral.
(c) Order someone to do something.
(d) Do something not covered by a law.
3. How would a man keep law from applying to him, according to Austin?
(a) By ignoring it.
(b) Keep the probability of punishment low.
(c) By being rich.
(d) By making changes to the law.
4. What are laws?
(a) Written customs.
(b) Standing orders.
(c) Optional rules.
(d) Moral imperatives.
5. Who is the habit of obedience understood to apply to?
(a) Law makers.
(b) A limited group of people.
(c) Law enforcement.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are 'real' rules, according to Hart?
2. How many categories do objections fall into?
3. What makes social pressure serious?
4. Who do laws dictated by the queen of England not apply to, according to Hart?
5. Where do many laws originate from?
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