Nature theory and state function

Q: Those who favour the abolition of state altogether are called:

(a) :   Fascists
(b) :   Guild Socialists
(c) :  Anarchists
(d) :  Syndicalists
(e) :  Nazis
Answer:   Anarchists

Q: According to socialists which one of the following is not a function of the state?

(a) :  To maintain law and order
(b) :  To own means of production
(c) :   To regulate working hours of workers
(d) :  To remove social evils
(e) :  To promote religion
Answer:  To promote religion

Q: The view that "State comes into existence for the sake of life and continues for the sake of good life" was expressed by:

(a) :   Plato
(b) :  Aristotle
(c) :  Bentham
(d) :  Idealists
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Aristotle

Q: Which one of the following is true about a welfare state?

(a) :  It believes in imposition of uniform taxes
(b) :  It believes in no taxation
(c) :   It allows economic liberty only
(d) :   It believes in graded taxation
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:   It believes in graded taxation

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