JURI 600 Quiz 1 Liberty University
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- In Pierce v. Society of Sisters, what did the Supreme Court hold regarding a state law requiring all children between the ages of 8 and 16 to attend public school?
- Which of the following were not results of Langdell’s revolution in the law?
- The following is an example of inductive reasoning: Murder is immoral. Scott murdered Bob. Scott acted immorally.
- Which of the following believed that God’s law was superior to man’s law?
- What principle(s) in the U.S. Constitution reflects the Biblical worldview that man is sinful?
- The Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments in the U.S. Constitution) most clearly reflects which principle of the nature of man?
- What standard does the Supreme Court use to determine whether the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution has been violated?
- Which of the following ideas is not in the Humanist Manifesto?
- Identify which of the following ideas are not associated with the revolution of legal education started by Charles William Eliot and Christopher Columbus Langdell?
- The belief in evolution instead of creation and the belief in man instead of God has dominated the teaching of America law since when?
- Before the revolution in law at Harvard, which basic assumption was not held by most American law schools?
- What is the problem with using inductive reasoning exclusively to study the law?
- Which of the following conclusions conflict with Clarence Darrow’s presupposition that man is not responsible for his criminal actions?
- How did Christopher Columbus Langdell produce the revolution in teaching the law at Harvard?
- Which of the following is not a basic Biblical assumption at Liberty University?
- The Supreme Court held that capital punishment violated the Eighth Amendment and then, four years later, held that capital punishment did not violate the Eighth Amendment.