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This set of An Introduction to Political Science Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on An Introduction To Political Science Set 13

Q1 | Which one of the following is not a political right?
Q2 | Which of the following is a Civil Right?
Q3 | The right to elect Member of parliament is a
Q4 | __________has granted the Fundamental rights to the citizens of India
Q5 | ________was the first political thinker to advocate communism of property.
Q6 | Who among the following deemed liberty as living life to the fullest.
Q7 | Who among the following philosophers considers liberty as Obedience to Law?
Q8 | The word liberty is derived from the word liber of
Q9 | The word liber means
Q10 | What is the literal meaning of liberty?
Q11 | Natural liberty is generally identified with
Q12 | Natural liberty implies
Q13 | _________was the chief exponent of the concept of natural liberty
Q14 | According to ___”Civil liberty consists of right and privileges which the State createsand protects for its subjects.
Q15 | Which among the following is not civil liberty?
Q16 | Who among the following said “Liberty means to grow to one’s natural height to developone’s abilities?
Q17 | Who among the following said ‘Political liberty is the power to be active in the affairs of the state’?
Q18 | Laski holds that two conditions are essential to make political liberty real
Q19 | The positive view of liberty was first put forward by
Q20 | C.B Macpherson has discussed his view on liberty in his book
Q21 | Who among the following regards positive liberty as developmental liberty?
Q22 | ‘Freedom is a product of free society’ means
Q23 | Which of the following philosophers said, “nature hath made men equal”?
Q24 | Who among the following stated. “We want to abolish classes and in this sense we are forequality”
Q25 | The term justice is derived from latin word