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Justice And Society

Subject : law
  • Answer 17 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. People are defined as selves by a strong set of natural rights as individuals and have the right to not be interfered with (less government)

2. Leadership is not just a matter of strength/intelligence but justified power or authority

3. What defines one's rights are are 'duties' (EX: What can you do for your country?'

4. Power to the rich

5. The fair arrangement of goods

6. We are defined by our natural rights but they are directed towards the benefit of society

7. We are obliged to obey the rules of justice (that the government enforces) because we 'agreed to do so'

8. Power to the religious

9. Abuse of power

10. One leader

11. People will do what they need and will do good without enforcement by law/government

12. Rule is shared by a few people

13. A state of social disorder or confusion

14. Ensuring that the criminals get their fair punishment/justice

15. Rule (in theory) is shared by all

16. The perfect place or nowhere

17. Power depends on merit and ability