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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do people obey?
(a) By doing things they would not otherwise do.
(b) By doing thing for free.
(c) By accepting the law.
(d) By doing nothing they could be punished for.
2. What does attempting a single definition do to the fundamental elements of the law?
(a) Make them applicable.
(b) Make them clear.
(c) Make them accessible.
(d) Obscures them.
3. What do criminal laws specifies must be followed?
(b) The letter of the law.
(c) The spirit of the law.
4. What is in a sense general?
(a) Legal retribution.
(b) Legal interpretation.
(c) Legal reach.
(d) Legal control.
5. What do laws require exist?
(a) Social beliefs that laws are standing.
(b) A structured society.
(c) A strong ruler.
(d) An enforcement force.
Short Answer Questions
1. How are laws obeyed?
2. What example does Hart give about non optional conduct that are not law?
3. What do laws modify in many cases?
4. What could we rest with according to Hart?
5. What are rules typically regarded as?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the doctrine of sovereignty often hold?
2. What are customs given?
3. What will happen if we examine the many types of law according to Chapter 3?
4. Why is social pressure serious?
5. Why is the concept of law hard, according to Chapter 1?
6. What happens to laws?
7. Who do the laws made by the Queen of England not apply to?
8. What have some philosophers analyzed?
9. Where is the sovereignty conception of law held to be true?
10. What does the criminal law specify?
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