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Question 1: This is to insure against the risk of economic crises, such as the ________.
Recession of 1937–19381997 Asian Financial CrisisPanic of 1907Wall Street Crash of 1929

Question 2: A judiciary is a number of ________ mediating disputes to determine outcome.
Doctor (title)JudgeProfessorRabbi

Question 3: Examples of crimes include murder, ________, fraud and theft.
ExtortionAssaultBattery (crime)Arson

Question 4: [81] During the last few decades, one of the fundamental features of the movement of ________ has been the call to restore the Sharia, which has generated a vast amount of literature and affected world politics.
CaliphateIslamic terrorismIslamic revivalIslamism

Question 5: [116] Therefore, Schmitt advocated a jurisprudence of the exception (________), which denied that legal norms could encompass of all political experience.
SyriaPhilippinesUnited StatesState of emergency

Question 6: ________, freedom of association and many other individual rights allow people to gather, discuss, criticise and hold to account their governments, from which the basis of a deliberative democracy is formed.
Freedom of speechHuman rightsFreedom of thoughtFreedom of information

Question 7: ________, known in the U.S.
United States antitrust lawUnited Kingdom competition lawCompetition law theoryCompetition law

Question 8: These are legal rights (________, trademarks, patents, and related rights) which result from intellectual activity in the industrial, literary and artistic fields.
Public domainCopyrightCopyright on typefacesIntellectual property

Question 9: The executive in a legal system serve as a ________'s centre of political authority.
AnarchyDemocracyGovernmentAuthoritarianism

Question 10: In civil law the sources recognised as authoritative are, primarily, legislation—especially codifications in ________ or statutes passed by government—and custom.
ConstitutionEnglandDemocracyUnited Kingdom
















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