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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 6

Q1 | Who among the advocate of negative theory of liberty?
Q2 | Which of the following is a central attribute of Plato’s notion of justice?
Q3 | The term ‘sovereignty’ is derived from the word ‘superanus’ of which language
Q4 | Fascist movement first developed in
Q5 | Fascist ideology wish to establish the government of
Q6 | Whosaid ‘My Programme is action and not talk'
Q7 | Which of the following is not an element of fascism?
Q8 | Fascism resembles Communism (Marxism) in so far it stands for
Q9 | The idea that the sovereign nation state should be the main object of the political loyalty ofindividual is
Q10 | In view of classical thinker nationalism lead to
Q11 | Modern liberals were differ from classical because
Q12 | The principle of 'greatest good of the greatest number' was advocated by
Q13 | Positivist Liberals are in favour of:
Q14 | Which one of the following is not true about liberalism?
Q15 | A democratic government is better than a non-democratic government because
Q16 | Who among the following is not support the limiting the function of the state
Q17 | According to John Dewey contemporary liberalism is
Q18 | Liberalism stands for
Q19 | Which of the following ideas was borrowed by Marx from Hegel?
Q20 | Who said, “Capitalism carried within itself the seeds of its own decay”?
Q21 | The term ‘Politics’ was first employed by
Q22 | The statement that “A man without society is either a beast or a God” is attributed to
Q23 | Political parties have been described as ‘power behind the throne’ by
Q24 | Who was the author of the book ‘On Liberty’?
Q25 | Parliamentary government is accountable to the