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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do rules requires a critical reflective attitude about?
(b) Patterns of behavior.
(c) Who enforces them.
(d) Whom they apply to.
2. What are some primitive society rules by?
3. How are laws obeyed?
4. What do rules do?
(a) Allow behaviors that are not forbidden.
(b) Allow law makers to make laws.
(c) Allow a community to live in peace.
(d) Forbid certain type of behavior under penalty.
5. What is rare for an individual to do in modern society?
(a) Do something that is moral.
(b) Order someone to do something.
(c) Do something that is not illegal.
(d) Do something not covered by a law.
6. What is the question Hart tries to answer in the book according to Chapter 1?
(a) Who is the law.
(b) How is law formed.
(c) Who has the law.
(d) What is law.
7. What do secondary rules apply to?
(b) To the physical world.
(c) To duties and obligations.
(d) Behavior control.
8. What do the first type of rules do?
(a) Impose duties.
(b) Impose behavior.
(c) Impose judgement.
(d) Impose sentenses.
9. What is a book of statutes not necessarily?
10. What does the second type of rule do?
(a) Confer public and private power.
(b) Confer the pwoer to create laws.
(c) Confer power to nations.
(d) Confer power to judges.
11. What is a common myth about laws?
(a) That they are written with the public's best interest in mind.
(b) That they are fair.
(c) That they are easy to understand.
(d) That they are all public.
12. What is the first difficult thing about law?
(a) Determine why laws are in place.
(b) To determine whether something is law.
(c) Determine why laws are accepted.
(d) Determine who make the law.
13. How is law understood, according to the author of Province of Jurisprudence
(a) As requests.
(b) As constance.
(c) As command.
(d) A suggestion.
14. How many questions did Hart identified that combine into the question of what law is?
15. What would allow all laws to be considered conditional orders to officials to apply sanctions?
(a) Elaborate restatements.
(b) The ability for the judges to modify laws.
(c) Be sure to have everyone know about the laws.
(d) Written laws.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do primary rules apply to?
2. What are rulings within the power of the legislatures?
3. What do constitutions imply?
4. What have judges power to do in the structure judicial practice?
5. Where don't laws apply?
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