Political Science-[FPSC-U.S A. CSS]/(USA) Political Science Liberty Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
   Liberty means providing those conditions which are essential for development of human personality  is the view of:

1.Anarchists

2.Individualists

3. Idealists

4.Modern thinkers

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Question:
  A country is said to be enjoying national liberty if:

1.It has adopted a democratic system of government

2. It enjoys a favourable balance of trade

3.It is free from economic control of other powers

4. It is free from foreign rule and enjoys self-government

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Question:
  According to Idealists liberty lies in:

1.State s performing no functions

2. Complete obedience to laws

3.Disappearance of state

4.The absence of force

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Question:
  Civil liberty is inherent in the laws of:

1.State

2.Nature

3.Society

4.All the above

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Question:
  In order to determine the proper role of government in a society it is useful to distinguish between the part of a person s life which concerns only himself and that which concerns others according to:

1.J.S. Mill

2.Cole

3.Godwin

4.Bentham

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Question:
  Individual s right to demand work and leisure is covered under:

1.Economic liberty

2. National liberty

3.International liberty

4.Political liberty

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Question:
  Liberty means:

1.Freedom to do whatever one likes

2.Absence of restraints

3. Presence of opportunity to achieve the fullest development of personality

4.Power to do anything

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Question:
  Liberty to make criticism of the policies of the government is:

1.Moral right

2.Civil right

3.Economic right

4.Political right

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Question:
  The term liberty derives its origin from:

1.Roman language

2. Chinese language

3.Latin language

4.English language

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Question:
  The term liberty has been drawn from the Latin term:

1.Libel

2.Lingua

3.Labour

4.Liber

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Question:
  Which of the following is not an essential condition for maintaining liberty?

1.Economic equality

2.Discretionary powers with the executive

3.Rule of law

4.Independence of judiciary

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Question:
  Which of the following is not true about liberty?

1. It does not mean total absence of restraints

2. It does not mean freedom of media

3.It does not mean to do whatever one likes

4.It does not mean absence of laws

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Question:
  Which one of the following is not covered under civil liberty? 

1.Freedom of conscience

2.Freedom of movement

3.Freedom of occupation

4.Freedom of vote in the manner one will like to

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

1. Constant vigilance is price of liberty

2.Laws are negation of liberty

3.Free press is not essential for liberty

4.Liberty means powers to do anything that does not injure anotherE. None of the above

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Question:
  Which one of the following thinkers considered liberty and equality as complementary?

1.Lord Acton

2.Machiavelli

3.MacIver

4.None of the above

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Question:
  Which one of the followings has been wrongly listed as civil liberty?

1.Right to choose government

2.Feedom from threat to life

3.Freedom of thought and belief

4.Freedom to exercise in general field of contractual actions

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Question:
  Who of the following has not supported the idea of moral liberty?

1.Green

2.Kant

3.Bosanquet

4.Karl Marx

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Question:
  Who of the following said  Political liberty in the absence of economic liberty is a myth ?

1.G.D.H Cole

2.Dicey

3.Lenin

4.Stalin

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Question:
  Who of the followings held that law restraints liberty?

1.Idealists and Anarchists

2. Individualists and Anarchists

3.Idealists and Socialists

4.Anarchists and Socialists

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Question:
  Who said that Liberty itself is not one but manifold? 

1.Cole

2.Green

3.MacIver

4.Laski

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Question:
 According to Individualists people can enjoy maximum liberty only when state:

1.Performs minimum functions

2.Does not exist

3.Performs maximum functions

4. Performs maximum optional functions

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Question:
 According to the individualists the people have maximum liberty if:

1.The state performs maximum functions

2.The state performs minimum functions

3.The state is abolished

4.None of the above

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Question:
 According to the individualists the people have maximum liberty if:

1.The state performs maximum functions

2.The state performs minimum functions

3.The state is abolished

4.None of the above

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Question:
 In most of the modern states the individuals enjoy

1.Absolute liberty

2. Liberty with reasonable restrictions

3.No liberty

4.None of the above

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Question:
 Liberty in negative sense means:

1.Liberty granted by the laws of the land

2.Right to do whatever one likes

3.Right to do what is acceptable to majority of the people in a society

4. Imposition of maximum restraints

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Question:
 Liberty in positive sense means :

1.Liberty granted under the Law

2.Liberty which people have enjoyed from earliest times

3.Provision of conditions which are conducive to human development

4.Provision of basic necessities of life to every member of society

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Question:
 National Liberty implies:

1.All citizens residing in a state must be granted liberty

2.The country is independent and sovereign

3.Both (a) and (b)

4.None of the above

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Question:
 The concept of natural liberty is associated with:

1.Divine Origin Theory

2.Social Contract Theory

3.Force Theory

4.Evolutionary Theory

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Question:
 The view that Liberty consists in following the moral law is associated with:

1.Indiviualists

2.Idealists

3.Utilitarian

4.Socialists

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Question:
 Type of liberty which a man enjoys as a member of civil society is called:

1.Natural liberty

2.Civil liberty

3.Political liberty

4.Economic liberty

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Question:
 Which of the following is not one of the essential conditions for safeguarding liberty?

1.Separation of powers

2.Right of expression

3.Free Media

4. Presidential system of government

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Question:
 Which one of the following is not true about liberty?

1. It is a licence to do what one wants to do

2.It is not opposed to law

3.Rule of law is essential for its maintenance

4.Without restrictions it will be social meanance

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Question:
 Which one of the following safeguards of liberty has been wrongly listed?

1.Independent and impartial judiciary

2.Funcamental Rights

3.Free Press

4.Compulsory Military Training

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

1.Political liberty is granted only to the citizens

2.Political liberty is available to citizens as well as non-citizens

3. Political liberty means the right of the people to choose their government

4.Political liberty is practically synonymous with democracy.

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Question:
 Who of the following was the chief exponent of natural liberty?

1.Rousseau

2.Laski

3.MacIver

4.Herbert Spencer

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Question:
 Who of the followings was an advocate of positive liberty? 

1.Marx

2.Green

3.Bentham

4.J.S.Mill

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Question:
 Who said liberty is the eager maintenance of that atmosphere in which the men have the opportunity to be at their best seleves?

1.Laski

2.Bentham

3.Mosca

4.Liber

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Question:
 Who said that from liberty is meant Every man is free to do what he wills provided he infringes not the freedom of other man?

1.Laski

2.G.D.H. Cole

3.Herbert Spencer

4.Liber

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Question:
 Who said that liberty is means for the realisation of fullness of individual s life?

1.Herbert Spencer

2.Benjamin

3.Laski

4.Bentham

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Question:
 Who said that liberty is primarily absence of restraints?

1.Seeley

2.Laski

3.Benjamin

4.G.D.H.Cole

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Question:
 Who was the author of On Liberty:

1. J.S. Mill

2.Bentham

3. T.H Green

4.Laski

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Question:
conomic liberty means security and the opportunity to find reasonable significance in the earning of one s daily breed? Whose words are these?

1.Adam Smith

2.Karl Marx

3.Laski

4.Green

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Question:
Economic liberty can be ensured to citizens through

1.Grant of right to work

2.Provision of minimum wages

3.Regulation of working hours

4.All the above

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Question:
Freedom is the positive power or capacity of doing or enjoying something worth doing or enjoying. This view of liberty was expressed by

1.Green

2.Kant

3.Laski

4.Spencer

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Question:
Freedom or liberty is the positive power of doing or enjoying something worth doing or enjoying and that too something we do or enjoy in common with others. This definition was given by:

1.Karl Marx

2.Thomas Hobbes

3.T.H Green

4.Hegel

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Question:
If all the mankind minus one were of one opinion and only one person was of the contrary opinion the mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person than he if he had the power would be justified in silencing the marking. Who among the following made the above statement?

1.TH. Green

2.J.S. Mill

3.Mahatma Gandhi

4. H.J. Laski

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Question:
Liberty and equality are not contradictory but complimentary to each other.  This was said by:

1.Mahatma Gandhi

2.Maulana Azad

3.H.J. Laski

4.Machiavelli

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Question:
Liberty therefore is never real unless the Government can be called to account when it invades rights. (Laski) Which one of the following is the just justification to the above statement

1.It the realisation of that the government can be brought to book in a court of law

2. In identifying a man as a political unit in a way which distinguishes him from other citizens

3.In a decentralized society wherein the basic needs of men can find satisfaction

4.In the understanding that liberty and restraints are complementary

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Question:
Political liberty ensures:

1.Protection against oppressive rule

2. Economic equality

3.Basic amenities of life

4.None of the above

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Question:
Political liberty is often taken as synonymous with:

1.Democracy

2.Majority rule

3.Freedom

4.Independence of judiciary

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Question:
The concept of natural liberty is associated with:

1.Hegel

2.Rousseau

3.Hobbes

4.Laski

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Question:
The liberty which people enjoy for earning their bread is called:

1.Economic liberty

2.Political liberty

3. Civil liberty

4.Natural liberty

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Question:
The niew that law and liberty are opposed to each other has been expressed by

1.Idealists

2.Anarchist

3.Marxists

4.Socialists

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Question:
The passion for equality made vain the hope for liberty. Who said this?

1.Lord Acton

2.Austin

3.Poland

4.Lord Bryce

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Question:
The view that every state law enlarges individual freedom is associated with

1.Marxists

2.Idealists

3.Syndicalists

4.Individualists

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Question:
When national enjoy both interns as well as externafliberty it is called:

1.Economic liberty

2.Political liberty

3.Natural liberty

4.Natural liberty

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Question:
Which of the following is not an essential condition for safeguarding liberty?

1.Written constitution

2.Democracy

3.Federal system

4.Right to resist

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is correct?

1.Liberty means absence of all restraints

2. Liberty means power to do whatever one pleases

3.Liberty means absence of oppression

4. Liberty is not total absence of restraints but the existence of socially acceptable restraints

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Question:
Which one of the following statements is correct?

1. All laws protect liberty

2.Laws enacted by a King always promote liberty

3.Generally the laws enacted with popular consent promote liberty

4.Only laws based on conventions promote a : liberty

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

1.Civil liberty is basic to other kinds of liberties

2.Civil liberty is granted only to the citizens

3.Civil liberty is available to both citizens and non-citizens

4.Civil liberty exists only in a civil society

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

1.Economic liberty means freedom from fear and starvation

2.Self-government in industry is important feature of economic liberty

3. Economic liberty aims at establishing a self-sufficient society

4.Economic liberty means common ownership of the means of production and distribution

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Question:
Which one of the following thinkers emphasised the negative concept of liberty?

1.Marx

2.Lenin

3.Spencer

4.Aristotle

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Question:
Which one of the followings does not constitute economic liberty? 

1.Right to work

2.Right to Social Security

3.Self-government in industry

4.Right to participate in the formulation of national plans

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Question:
Which one of the followings does not fall in the category of civil liberty?

1. Right to life

2.Right to move freely

3.Right to enter into contract with others

4.Right to criticize the government

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Question:
Who has defined liberty by saying freedom is not the absence of restraints but rather the substitution of rational ones for the irrational?

1.Seeley

2.Gettell

3.G.D.H. Cole

4.Mackechnie

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Question:
Who of the following has laid stress on negative aspect of liberty?

1.Max. Lerner

2.Sartori

3.J.S. Mill

4. H.J. Laski

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Question:
Who of the following has laid stress on positive aspect of liberty?

1. J.S. Mill

2. H.J. Laski

3.Bakunin

4.Proudhan

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Question:
Who of the following has said Law is the condition of liberty?

1.Ritchie

2.Bodin

3.Bakunin

4.Kropothin

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Question:
Who of the followings is considered the chief advocate of negative liberty?

1.T.H. Green

2.Laski

3.Barker

4.Bentham

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Question:
Who opposed state interference in the self-regarding actions of the individual?

1.Marx

2.Hobbes

3.TH. Green

4.J.S. Mill

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Question:
Who said that  liberty is the absence of all restraints ?

1.Laski

2.Hegel

3.Kant

4.Seeley

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Question:
Who said that  Liberty is the eager maintenance of that atmosphere in which men have the opportunity of be their nest self?

1.Laski

2.Green

3.Marx

4.Hobbes

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Question:
Who said that liberty consists in following the moral law?

1.Cole

2.Spinoza

3.Marx

4.Barker

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Question:
Who said: Where there is no law there is no freedom?

1.T.H. Green

2.Locke

3.Hobbes

4.MacIver

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Question:
Who was the following said that liberty means power to do anything that does not injure another?

1.French Declaration of Rights of Man

2.Liber

3.Laski

4.Herbert Spencer

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