Political Science-[FPSC-U.S A. CSS]/(USA) Political Science The Rights Set-2 Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
  In modern times political rights are guaranteed to:

1.All citizens

2. Adult citizens only

3.Property owners only

4.Men only

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Question:
  Which of the following is the true meaning of the Right to Resist the state?

1.It means the legal right to disrespect and disobey the laws of the state

2.It means a legal right to oppose the government

3.It means a moral right against a government which is guilty of grave and patent injustice

4.None of the above

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Question:
  Which one of the following theories of rights exercised maximum influences on the American Declaration of Independence or French Revolution:

1.Theory of Natural Rights

2.Legal Theory of Rights

3.Idealist theory of rights

4.Historical Theory of Rights

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Question:
  Which one of the following writs is issued in the event of wrongful detention?

1.Prohibition

2.Mandamus

3.Habeas Corpus

4.Quo Warranto

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Question:
  Which one of the followings was a prominent exponent of the social welfare theory of rights?

1.Aristotle

2.Plato

3.Marx

4.Bentham

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Question:
 Civil rights are available to a citizen:

1.Only in an autocratic state

2.Only in a democratic state

3.Both in democratic and autocratic states

4.None of the above

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Question:
 Right to property is a :

1.Moral rights

2.Legal right

3.Civil right

4.Political right

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Question:
 The Idealist Theory attaches great importance to:

1.Perfection of human personality

2.Equality of all men

3.Provision of basic necessities of life to all

4.None of the above

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Question:
 The Idealist Theory of rights attaches more importance to:

1.Physical development

2.Material progress

3.Inner-development

4.Social development

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Question:
 Which one of the following statements is not correct?

1.Private property gives the individual a sense of pleasure and satisfaction

2.Private property helps in developing the virtue of patrietism

3.Right to provate property leads to promotion of art science and literature

4.Private property leads to indolence

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Question:
According to Laski the state is:

1. The creator of all rights

2.Not the creator of all rights

3.The preserver of all natural rights

4. Not concerned with rights

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Question:
According to Locke the individual gets his rights from:

1.God

2.State

3.Society

4.Nature

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Question:
Civil rights of citizens imply:

1.The rights granted to a citizen in a civilized state

2.The rights which are an essential condition of a civilized life

3.The rights which have helped in the development of civilization

4.None of the above

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Question:
One of the chief defects of the legal theory of rights is that:

1.It attaches too much importance to moral rights

2. It noes not cover the whole field of rights

3.It concedes rights against the state

4. It attaches too much importance to the customs

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Question:
One of the major merits of the natural rights theory is:

1. It assumes that rights can exist independent of society

2.It holds that rights are static

3.It lists the rights which man brought with him from state of nature

4.It asserts that certain rights are basic and therefore necessary for human existence

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Question:
Political Rights are available to citizens:

1.Only in democratic countries

2.Both in democratic and autocratic countries

3.Only in autocratic countries

4. Only in countries which possess a written constitution

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Question:
Right of life is a :

1.Moral right

2.Political right

3.Civil right

4.Legal right

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Question:
Right to equality is a:

1.Civil right

2.Moral right

3.Political right

4.Legal right

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Question:
Right to form associations is a:

1.Natural right

2.Political right

3.Legal right

4.Civil right

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Question:
Rights have no validity without the recognition of:

1.Courts

2.Government

3.Society

4.Electorate

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Question:
The credit for advocating the Legal Theory of Rights goes to:

1.Locke

2.Austin

3.Bentham

4.Grotius

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Question:
The Economic Theory of Rights is associated with:

1.Marx

2.Herbert Spencer

3.Adam Smith

4.Locke

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Question:
The famous theory of natural rights affected:

1.The Indian Constitution

2.The American and Declaration of Rights

3.The Fundamental Rights of Citizens in Soviet Union

4.The Conduct of Monarchs and Princes

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Question:
The Fundamental Rights imply the rights 

1.Which are indispensable for the growth of human personality

2.Which a man inherits from nature at the time of his birth

3. Which are enforced by the state

4.Which impose no obligation on a state

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Question:
The Historical theory of rights holds that:

1.Rights are the creation of God

2.Rights are drawn from various historical statutes

3.Rights are the crystallization of customs

4.Rights are the result of contract

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Question:
The Idealist Theory of Rights insists on:

1.Absolute right to resist the state

2.Unflinching obedience to state laws by the individual

3.Right to resist the state under certain circumstances

4.Right to resist the state in majority wants it

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Question:
The Idealist Theory of Rights lays emphasis on mans: 

1.Social development

2.Economic development

3.Civil development

4.Moral development

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Question:
The idealist Theory of Rights:

1.Attaches great importance to the moral development of mans personality

2.Sacrifices the individual good to the social good

3.Tries to reconcile the social and individual good

4.Lays emphasis on religious and economic rights

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Question:
The Idealistic Theory of Rights is also known as:

1.Metaphysical Theory

2.Personality Theory

3.Scientific Theory

4.Social Contract Theory

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Question:
The Legal Theory of Rights holds that:

1.The rights are the creation of state

2.The rights are natural and the state merely recognises them

3.The rights are prior to the state

4.The sights are fixed and static

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Question:
The legal theory of rights holds that:

1.The rights are granted to the individual by the state but it cannot take them back without the consent of the majority:

2.The rights are granted to the individual by the state and can be taken back by it

3. The state does not grant rights to the individual but can curtail his rights

4. The state neither grants rights to the individual nor can it restrict them

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Question:
The most effective guarantee against - infringement of rights is the:

1.Constitution

2.Legislature

3.Judiciary

4.Public Opinion

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Question:
The Political rights are those rights:

1.Which provide a voice to the people in the political affairs of the state

2.Which provide a voice to the people in the political affairs of the state

3.Which are enforced by the court

4.Which are of compulsory nature

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Question:
The right to freedom of speech and expression:

1.Is frace unless it is absolute

2. It available to people only during times of peace

3.Is always subject to social order and public morality

4. Implies rights to speak or write anything against the government

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Question:
The Social Welfare theory holds that:

1.Rights exist for the good of the weaker sections of society

2.Rights are powers granted to the rulers to promote social welfare

3.Rights are the conditions of social welfare

4.Rights is another name for the power of the state used for social welfare

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Question:
The Social Welfare theory is defective in so far as:

1.It attaches too much importance to the individual rights

2.It attaches too much importance to social welfare and curbs individual rights

3.It attaches greater importance of the weaker sections

4.It favours grant of unlimited powers to the state

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Question:
The Social Welfare theory of rights is associated with:

1.Hobbes

2.Marx

3.T.H. Green

4.Bentham

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Question:
The Social Welfare theory of rights is associated with:

1.Idealistic

2.Social Contractualists

3.Utilitarian

4.Marxists

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Question:
Which of the following rights has been the subject of maximum controversy in recent years?

1.Freedom of speech and expression

2.Right to equality

3.Right to property

4.Right to constitutional remedy

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Question:
Which of the followings did not favour the right to private property?

1.Locke

2.Hobbes

3.Bodin

4.Mao Tse Tung

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Question:
Which one of the following countries was the first to incorporate a Bill of Rights in its constitution?

1.Great Britain

2.France

3.U.S.A.

4.U.S.S.R.

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Question:
Which one of the following definitions of rights is associated with T.H. Green?

1.A right is a power claimed and recognised as contributory to common good

2.A right is a claim recognised by the society and enforced by the society and enforced by the State

3.In its essence a right is an arrangement rule or practice sanctioned by the law of the community and conducive to the highest moral good of the citizen

4.A right is a reasonable demand for freedom to do certain things

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Question:
Which one of the following rights are more fundamental in the sense that other rights are dependent on them?

1.Economic Rights

2.Civil Rights

3.Political Rights

4.Constitutional Rights

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Question:
Which one of the following rights is not a Political right?

1.Right to vote

2.Right to freedom

3.Right to hold public office

4.Right to criticize the government

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is correct?

1. Legal theory of rights does not concede any right against the state

2.The legal theory of rights gives the right against state under certain circumstances

3.The legal theory gives complete right of resistance against the state

4.The legal theory of rights makes no reference to the right to resist the state

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is correct?

1.The Economic theory of rights lays great emphasis on economic rights

2.The Economic theory of rights lays emphasis on social as well as economic rights

3.The Economic theory of rights lay emphasis on popular control over means of production and distribution

4.The Economic theory of rights holds that the rights are the monopoly of the powerful economic class

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is correct?

1.Moral claims recognised by laws of state are known as moral rights

2.Moral rights are backed by the force of law

3.Moral rights are backed by majority will

4.Moral rights are based on moral notions of people and are sanctioned by the prevalent ethical conceptions of society

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is not correct?

1.Political rights are available only in a democratic country

2.Political rights make the government responsive to opinion

3.Political rights are granted only to the citizens

4.Political rights are available both to citizens as well as aliens

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is not correct?

1.The legal rights are granted and upheld by the state

2.Legal rights are enforced by the courts of law

3.Legal rights are identical with natural rights

4.The legal rights are protected by the state

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is not correct?

1.Legal rights are granted and upheld by the state

2.Legal rights are enforced by the courts of law

3.Legal rights are identical with natural rights

4.Legal rights are protected by the state

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Question:
Which one of the followings has been wrongly listed as a defect of the theory of natural rights

1. There is no commonly agreed list of natural rights

2.The natural rights often conflict with each other

3.There is a universal agreement regarding the lists of natural rights

4.It assumes that rights can exist independent of state

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Question:
Which one of the followings is not associated with Ideallistic or Personality theory of rights?

1.Krause

2.Hegel

3.T.H. Green

4.Hobbes

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Question:
Which one of the followings was in no way connected with the theory of natural rights?

1.Hobbes

2.Locke

3.Paine

4.Bentham

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Question:
Who of the followings is associated with the Historical theory of rights?

1.Edward Gibbons

2.Herbert Spencer

3.Edmund Burke

4.Rousseau

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Question:
Who regarded life liberty and property as Inalienable rights of man:

1.Locke

2.Hobbes

3.Green

4.Aristotle

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Question:
Who said Rights are those conditions of social life without which no man can seek in general to be himself of his best?

1.Hobbes

2.Laski

3.Aristotle

4.Rousseau

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