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Question number: 1

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“Price is not the same thing as value. Suppose that on a day the price of everything viz. , coal, bread, postage stamps, a day’s labour, the rent of houses, etc. were to double. Prices then would certainly rise, but values of all things except one would not. ”

The writer wants to say that if prices of all things were doubled

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Choice (4) Response

a.

the value of money only would be halved.

b.

the values of the things bought would be halved.

c.

the values of all things would remain constant.

d.

the values of the things sold would be doubled.

Question number: 2

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“Liberty, therefore, is never real unless the Government can be called to account when it invades rights. “

Which one of the following is the best justification of the above statement?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

In the realization that the government can be brought to book in a court of law.

b.

In identifying a man as a political unit in a way which distinguishes him from other citizens

c.

In a decentralized society where in the basic needs of men can find satisfaction

d.

In the understanding that liberty and restraints are complementary.

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