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Question 1
Sarah is president of a company that must cut expenses quickly to stay in business. She
believes it would be better if she lies about her income on the company’s tax return to
reduce her tax liability. This will allow her to keep all the employees working instead of
laying off 20% of the work force and she believes that this will cause the least harm. Her
approach is primarily:
A utilitarianis
. m
B libertarian
.
C deontologic
. al
D virtue
. ethics

Question 2
An appellate court
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.
E
.

hears testimony of witnesses and views evidence.
uses a jury to decide questions of law.
goes to the scene of the incident.
does none of the above and only reviews the record of the lower
court.
does all of the first 3

Question 3
Martha, Alice, Fran and Cindy are forming a neighborhood quilting circle. The group will
meet in the private home of Martha, one of the group members. They do not invite
Barbara because she is of another race and religion. Are Barbara’s constitutional rights
violated?
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

Yes, the four women denied her equal protection.
Yes, because Barbara was denied due process of law.
No, because there was no state or federal action involved in this
situation.
None of the above are correct.

Question 4
Under the First Amendment Right to Free Speech and Expression:
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

a state law specifically prohibiting the Neo Nazi Youths from peacefully
distributing anti-Jewish literature would be invalid.
business advertising has the same protection as religious or political
communication.
only individuals, not corporations, are protected under the First Amendment.
individuals have an unrestricted right to say whatever they want,
whenever they want, and in whatever manner they want.

Question 5
In order to constitutionally restrict commercial speech, a State must:
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.
E
.

have a substantial interest in regulating the speech.
prove the regulation directly and materially accomplishes a valid state
interest.
only show the speech would produce harm in that state.
all of the above
only a and b

Question 6
The constitutional right to procedural due process under the 5th and 14th Amendments
entitles a person to at least what prior to the government taking their property?
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

A jury trial.
Notice and a fair hearing.
An appeal to the Supreme
Court.
all of the above

Question 7
The Bill of Rights protects personal freedoms (speech, religion, and more) from
encroachment by:
A Individuals
.
B the federal
. government

C Corporations
.
D All of the above.
.

Question 8
Which of the following statements best describes the main reason the amendments called
The Bill of Rights were added to the U.S. Constitution?
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.
E
.

To enumerate the only rights U.S. citizens have from Federal Governement
action.
To provide individuals in small states with the same protection as individuals in
large states.
To provide for restrictions on the power of the federal government.
Both A and C.
Answers A, B, and C.

Question 9
The First Amendment protections of free speech extended to you under the Bill of Rights
would prevent Ashland University, a private institution from making rules against:
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

students burning a flag on campus.
students using obscene language in the classroom.
students handing out coupons for their employers on campus.
As a private university, Ashland University can more easily make rules
regarding the above activities on its campus.

Question 10
To each according to his needs. From each according to his ability to pay. This economic
approach would properly be characterized as:
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

free market.
collectivist.
capitalist.
None of the
above.

Question 11
Under Collectivist philosophy, the individual rights of a human being:
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

must often be sacrificed for the greater good of
everyone.
always prevail over collective rights.
always prevail over the collective economic rights.
All of the above are true.

Question 12
In IOTA XI Chapter v. George Mason University, the court ruled that the University
could not imposed sanctions on students for running an "ugly woman" contest as a
violation of their free speech rights. What statement best characterizes this case?
A
.
B
.
C
.
D
.

Since the speech is permitted by law, it is also ethical.
While certain speech may be legal to say, it might not be ethical to
say.
The First Amendment protects all speech.
All of the above.

  

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