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Political Science Quiz Question

Q76. In which form of government, bicameralism is an essential feature
(a) Presidential
(b) Parliamentary
(c) Federal
(d) Unitary

Q77. Which one of the following is a feature of Presidential System
(a) Separation of powers
(b) Biparty system
(c) Supremacy of Parliament
(d) Collective responsibility

Q78. "Filibuster" is related to
(a) A long speech in Parliament to delay a vote
(b) Opposition leader's speech
(c) Prime Minister's vote of thanks
(d) Speaker's power to stop a member

Q79. Who gave the concept of "Iron Law of Oligarchy"
(a) Vilfred Pareto
(b) Robert Michels
(c) Karl Deutsch
(d) Coleman



Q80. Who propounded "Communication Theory"
(a) Neumann
(b) R.C. Snyder
(c) Norbert Weiner
(d) Robert Tucker

Q81. Which is not an "intellectual foundation stone" of Behaviorism according to David Easton
(a) Regularities
(b) Power
(c) Verification
(d) Techniques

Q82. The main characteristic of the traditional approach of Political Science was
(a) The Value Free Study
(b) Institutional Study
(c) Comparative Study
(d) Emphasis on Scientific Methodology

Q83. Who is the writer of the book "Grammar of Politics"
(a) John Locke
(b) Robert Michels
(c) C. Wright Mills
(d) Harold J. Laski

Q84. Who said "State is individual's writ large"
(a) Socrates
(b) Cicero
(c) Aristotle
(d) Plato

Q85. John S. Mill's idea of Liberty was
(a) Positive
(b) Negative
(c) Both negative and positive
(d) Neither negative and positive



Q86. The idea that State is "to hinder the hindrances" belongs to
(a) T.H. Green
(b) J.S. Mill
(c) Karl Marx
(d) Hegel

Q87. Idea of Popular Sovereignty belongs to
(a) Rousseau
(b) John Locke
(c) Hobbes
(d) T.H. Green

Q88. Who said "Family is the only natural society"
(a) Aristotle
(b) Bosanquet
(c) T.H. Green
(d) Rousseau

Q89. Who is not associated with Idealism
(a) Kant
(b) Hegel
(c) Laski
(d) T.H. Green

Q90. Who is not related to Anarchism
(a) T.H. Green
(b) Proudhon
(c) Bakunin
(d) Thoereau


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