Sovereignty

Q: Who believed that sovereignty vested in the 'general will'?

(a) :  Hobbes
(b) :  Locke
(c) :  Grotius
(d) :  Rousseau
(e) :  John Austin
Answer:  Rousseau
Explanation:  

Q: Who said that sovereign should be determinate human superior?

(a) :  Grotius
(b) :  Bodin
(c) :  Locke
(d) :  Austin
(e) :  Rousseau
Answer:  Austin
Explanation:  

Q: Who of the following said that sovereignty is an entire thing?

(a) :  John Coulhon
(b) :  Dicey
(c) :  Sir Henry Maine
(d) :  Laski
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  John Coulhon
Explanation:  

Q: The sovereignty with reference to state means:

(a) :  Absolute powers both internally and externally
(b) :  Legal unrestricted and unlimited powers
(c) :  Supreme law making authority
(d) :  The powers of an absolute monarch
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Absolute powers both internally and externally
Explanation:  

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