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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 does Locke say is protected by law and cannot be taken away by a ruler?
(b) Freedom to fight.
(c) Freedom to travel.
(d) Freedom to marry.
2. How does Locke define legislative power?
(a) How a community uses resources for the preservation and betterment of society.
(b) The power to transfer resource ownership.
(c) The power to execute law.
(d) The power to decide who owns what in society.
3. What should judges be held accountable for?
(a) Putting away offenders.
(b) Feelings of injured party.
(c) Finding methods of punishment.
4. What risk does Locke determine war creates for man?
(a) Loss of life.
(b) Loss of peace.
(c) Loss of time for himself.
(d) Loss of security.
5. What penalties can laws sometimes include?
(a) The loss of speech.
(b) The loss of marriage.
(c) The loss of a child.
(d) The death penalty.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Locke say man establishes his right of property?
2. Which two parties did not initially seek to oppress each other in the commonwealth?
3. What does Locke believe is the kind of government when the whole community is involved?
4. What is the main reason men enter into communities?
5. What does political power directly affect?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is man's relationship to the freedom of other people?
2. How does Locke define political power?
3. Describe the state of natural freedom mentioned by Locke.
4. Describe the fundamental law of nature pertaining to man and society.
5. What is the primary purpose of laws?
6. What is the role of the executive branch of government?
7. Describe what Locke believes his First Treatise proves about Adam and his sons' rights.
8. What can parents always expect from their children even after guardianship has ended?
9. Who has the right to seek reparations?
10. What are a parent's duties?
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