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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How is the legal standards impose when some are helpless victims of the law?
(a) By bribes.
(b) By social pressure.
(c) By morale pressure.
(d) By force or the threat of it.

2. What type of rules does international law lack?
(a) Rules of legislature.
(b) Enforcement rules.
(c) Rules of recognition.
(d) Primary rules.

3. What does International law threatens according to Chapter 10?
(a) Local judges.
(b) The account of law previously developed.
(c) National independence.
(d) Smaller countries.

4. What can judges statement be because of their external point of view?
(a) Incorrect.
(b) Incomplete.
(c) Correct.
(d) Long.

5. What are laws usually obeyed to?
(a) A fault.
(b) The letter.
(c) The spirit of the law.
(d) A degree.

6. What do legislation focus on?
(a) Communities.
(b) Maximal classes.
(c) Class term.
(d) Minimal classes.

7. What are not always Rules of recognition?
(a) Morale.
(b) External statements.
(c) Laws.
(d) Customs.

8. What does precedent focus on?
(a) Class term.
(b) Minimal classes.
(c) Maximal classes.
(d) Communities.

9. What does communication involve?
(a) Class term.
(b) Communities.
(c) Maximal classes.
(d) Minimal classes.

10. What does International law lack?
(a) A common tribunal.
(b) Custom laws.
(c) Legislature and compulsory jurisdiction.
(d) Morale law.

11. What does Hart oppose to legal rules?
(a) Religious rules.
(b) Moral rules.
(c) Custom rules.
(d) Judicial precendent.

12. How does Hart call a legal system when one group cease to do its parts?
(a) It has pathology.
(b) It is unused.
(c) It is unfinished.
(d) It is lumpsided.

13. How many problems arise in studying international law?
(a) 6.
(b) 3.
(c) 2.
(d) 5.

14. Who has significant objections in Hart's views?
(a) Custom skeptics.
(b) Law skeptics.
(c) Goal skeptics.
(d) Rule skeptics.

15. What do rule-skepticism and formalism often do according to Hart?
(a) Contradict each other.
(b) Fight each other.
(c) Supplement each other.
(d) Co write artciles.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Hart cite counterexamples of concerning international obligations?

2. How does Hart see international law until basic rules of recognition are formulated?

3. What is the advantage of having judges that can render final judgments?

4. What do positivists tend to see natural laws?

5. What are some skeptical of?

(see the answer keys)

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