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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. What type of rules does international law lack?
(a) Enforcement rules.
(b) Rules of legislature.
(c) Rules of recognition.
(d) Primary rules.
2. How is the legal standards impose when some are helpless victims of the law?
(a) By morale pressure.
(b) By bribes.
(c) By social pressure.
(d) By force or the threat of it.
3. What does Hart cite counterexamples of concerning international obligations?
(a) That they cannot exist save voluntary agreement.
(b) They cannot exist without a judge that understand international
(c) They cannot exist without a nation at its head.
(d) That they cannot exist without international judges.
4. What are authoritative quality of general rules sometime qualified as?
5. What do natural laws assume men have a limited amount of?
Short Answer Questions
1. What do not apply to the ultimate rules?
2. What does International law threatens according to Chapter 10?
3. What do judges do when they state that a law is valid?
4. What do moral offense seems to be?
5. What can judges statement be because of their external point of view?
Short Essay Questions
1. What will always conflict?
2. What are the two parts of justice?
3. What issue does Hart raise about judicial decisions?
4. What did statements concerning internal aspects presuppose?
5. What happened when secondary rules of recognition were accepted according to Chapter 6?
6. What do positivists tend to see natural law as?
7. What does legislation tend to focus on according to Chapter 7?
8. What does justice demand the promotion of?
9. What is there a conviction of outside the law?
10. What are the six connections between law and morality?
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