Political Science CSS PMS Solved MCQs Practice Test No. 26

1- All rights must be compatible with:

A). Religion

B). Customs

C).  Common good✔️

D). Culture

2- The credit for advocating the Legal theory of rights goes to:

A). Locke

B). Austin✔️

C). Bentham

D). Grotius

3- Who of the following is associated with the Historical theory of rights?

A). Edward Gibbons

B). Herbert spencer

C). Edmund Burke✔️

D). Rousseau

4- The Social welfare theory of rights is associated with:

A). Hobbes

B). Marx

C). T.H.Green

D). Bentham✔️

5- The social welfare theory of rights is associated with:

A). Idealistic

B). Social contractualists

C). Utilitarian✔️

D). Marxists

6-The idealist theory of Rights lays emphasis on man’s:

A). Social development

B). Economic development✔️

C). Civil development

D). Moral development

7- The idealist theory of Rights attaches more importance to:

A). Physical development

B). Material progress

C). Inner- development✔️

D). Social development

8- According to Laski the state is:

A). The creator of all rights

B). Not the creator of all rights✔️

C). The preserver of all natural rights

D). Not concerned with rights

9-The Economic Theory of Rights is associated with:

A). Marx✔️

B). Herbert spencer

C). Adam Smith

D). Locke

10- Rights to property is a:

A). Moral rights

B). Legal rights

C). Civil rights✔️

D). Political rights

11- Right to form associations is a:

A). Natural right

B). Political right

C). Legal right

D). Civil right✔️

12- Right of life is a:

A). Moral right

B). Political right

C). Civil right✔️

D). Legal right

13- Right to equality is a:

A). Civil right✔️

B). Moral right

C). Political right

D). Legal right

14- Which one of the following writs in issued in the event of wrongful detention?

A). Prohibition

B). Mandamus

C). Habeas Corpus✔️

D). Quo Warranto

15- In modern times political rights are guaranteed to:

A). All citizens

B). Adult citizens only✔️

C). Property owners only

D). Men only

16- Which one of the followings is not associated with Idealistic or Personality Theory of rights?

A). Krause

B). Hegel✔️

C).T.H.Green

D). Hobbes

17- Who regarded ‘ life, liberty and property’ as Inalienable rights of man?

A). Locke✔️

B). Hobbes

C). Green

D). Aristotle

18- Which of the followings did not favour the right to private property?

A). Locke

B). Hobbes

C). Bodin

D). Mao Tse Tung✔️

19- Rights have no validity without the recognition of:

A). Courts

B). Government✔️

C). Society

D). Electorate

20- According to Locke the individual gets his rights from:

A). God

B). State

C). Society

D). Nature✔️

21- Which one of the followings was in no way connected with the theory of natural rights?

A). Hobbes

B). Locke

C).T.H.Green

D).Bentham✔️

22- The  Idealistic Theory of Rights is also known as:

A). Metaphysical Theory

B). Personality Theory✔️

C). Scientific Theory

D). Social contract Theory

23- Which one of the followings was a prominent exponent of the ‘ Social welfare theory of rights’?

A). Aristotle

B). Plato

C). Marx

D). Bentham✔️

24- Which one of the following countries was the first to incorporate a ‘ Bill of Rights ‘ in its constitution?

A). Great Britain

B). France

C).U.S.A✔️

D).U.S.S R

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

A). Constitution

B). Legislature

C). Judiciary✔️

D). Public opinion

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