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Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. What happens when secondary rules are accepted, according to Chapter 6?
(a) Societies have authoritative methods to determine what law is.
(b) Societies have authoritative methods to change morale.
(c) Societies have authoritative methods to determine what custom is.
(d) Societies have authoritative methods to change laws.

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

4. What do judges do when they state that a law is valid?
(a) They make an internal statement.
(b) The make an external statement.
(c) The make a simple statement.
(d) They make a multiple statement.

5. Who would have different view of justice ?
(a) Different class.
(b) Different moralities.
(c) Different countries.
(d) Different income level.

6. What can't interpretation of the authoritative quality of the general rules do?
(a) Create laws.
(b) Force obedience.
(c) Create Uncertainty.
(d) Support Morale.

7. What will always conflict, according to Hart?
(a) Rules and goals.
(b) Rules and laws.
(c) Laws and goals.
(d) Customs and laws.

8. What do moral rules vary across?
(a) Lands.
(b) Societies and time periods.
(c) Country.
(d) People.

9. What do we need to define state sovereignty?
(a) What international laws they are subject to.
(b) Borders and a fixed system of law.
(c) Who is creating the laws.
(d) What local laws they are subjected to.

10. Why do moral codes exist?
(a) To promote the good of the society.
(b) To prevent people from expressing themself.
(c) To ensure tight moral standards.
(d) To ensure proper obedience to the ones in charge.

11. What does Hart wonder about international law?
(a) Is it applicable.
(b) If it is necessary.
(c) It is law at all.
(d) If it is doomed to fail.

12. What cannot be given for everything?
(a) Primary laws.
(b) Access to custom laws.
(c) Group directions
(d) Individual directions.

13. What does Hart say of the determination of the conditions necessary to have a legal system?
(a) It is impossible.
(b) It is easy.
(c) It is evidence based.
(d) It is hard.

14. What can the official sector be in conflict with?
(a) Private sector.
(b) Customs.
(c) The people.
(d) Lawmakers.

15. What can be established without the voluntary cooperation of all?
(a) Coercive power.
(b) Laws.
(c) Revolutions.
(d) Democracy.

Short Answer Questions

1. What can statement of law made as?

2. What do secondary rules track?

3. What are our legal standard, according to Hart?

4. What do some see morality as doing?

5. What does Hart oppose to legal rules?

(see the answer keys)

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