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The U.S. Constitution establishes a system of government based on the principle of federalism True Congress has the power to enact legislation, but the president can veto a law that Congress passes. True The U.S Constitution explicitly allows courts to review legislative and executive actions to determine whether they are constitutional. False Judicial review allows courts to review the constitutionality of lower courts' decisions. True Federal laws include laws passed by federal administrative agencies. True The primary source of authority for federal regulation of business is the First Amendment to the U.S Constitution. False Congress can use its spending power to achieve social welfare objectives. True The fourteenth amendment is part of the bill of Rights. False No First amendment protections apply to corporations. False Not all corporate speech is political speech. True The constitution of Belarus requires everyone to protect the environment. True According to the principle of federalism established by the U.S Constitution, how is the authority to govern allocated? A. It is allocated to the federal government B. It is allocated to the states C. It is allocated to the local jurisdiction D. It is allocated to the U.S. Senate E. It is divided between federal and state governments. E. According to the ___ Amendment to the Constitution, all powers that the Constitution neither gives exclusively to the federal government nor takes from the states are reserved for the states. A. 1st B. 2nd C. 5th D. 6th E. 10th E. Why must federal legislation that affects business be based on an expressed constitutional grant of authority? A. Because the U.S. Congress passed a law to that effect. B. Because the federal government has only those powers granted to it by the Constitution. C. Because the President Lincoln issued an executive order to that effect. D. Because President Washington issued an executive order to that effect. E. Because it is a custom. B. The U.S. Constitution allocates the power of the federal government among ___ branches of government. A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five E. Six B. What are the three independent branches of the federal government? A. Legislative, executive, and judicial B. Legislative, commerce, and safety C. Commerce, safety, and law enforcement D. Executive, safety, and law enforcement E. Law enforcement, judicial, and statutory A. How was the process of judicial review through which courts review legislative and executive actions to determine whether they are constitutional established? A. By vote of the U.S. Senate B. By vote of the U.S. House of Representatives C. By vote of both the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives D. By common Law E. By executive proclamation D. Which clause provides that the Constitution, laws, and treaties of the United States constitute the supreme law of the land? A. The First Amendment, clause three B. The Supremacy Clause C. The Commerce Clause D. The Eighth Amendment, clause one E. The Federalism Clause B. What was the result in the case in the text "Christy Brzonkala v. Antonio J. Morrison et al." in which the defendants alleged the unconstitutionality of civil remedies available under the federal Violence against Women Act? A. That Congress lacked the authority under the U.S. Constitution to enact the law. B. That Congress validly passed the law pursuant to the First Amendment to the U.S. constitution. C. That Congress validly passed the law pursuant to the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. D. That Congress validly passed the law pursuant to the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. E. That Congress validly passed the law pursuant to the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. A. Which of the following is an example of the state's exercise of its police power? A. The enactment of state criminal codes. B. The enactment of state criminal codes and zoning laws. C. The enactment of criminal laws, building codes, zoning laws, sanitation standards for restaurants, and regulations for the practice of medicine. D. The enactment of criminal laws, building codes, zoning laws, and regulations for the practice of medicine, but not sanitation standards for restaurants. E. The enactment of laws governing regulations for law enforcement only. C. Which of the following was the result in the case in the text "Black Star Farms LLC v. Jerry Olive, Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control", the case in which it was alleged that an Arizona law limiting direct sales of wine by producers was unconstitutional on the basis that it discriminated against out-of-state wineries? A. That the law discriminated against out-of-state wineries in violation of the dormant Commerce Clause. B. That the law discriminated against out-of-state wineries in violation of the regular Commerce Clause, not the dormant Commerce Clause. C. That the law discriminated against out-of-state wineries in violation of the dormant Commerce Clause but that it was a valid exercise of the state's police power. D. That the law discriminated against out-of-state wineries in violation of the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. E. That the law was valid and did not discriminate against out-of-state wineries. E. Which of the following is true regarding federal taxation? A. The U.S. Constitution explicitly grants Congress the power to tax. B. The taxes laid by Congress must be uniform across the states. C. Congress can legitimately use taxes to encourage the development of certain industries and discourage the development of others. D. The U.S. Constitution explicitly grants Congress the power to tax; the taxes laid by Congress must be uniform across the states; and Congress can legitimately use taxes to encourage the development of certain industries and discourage the development of others. E. None of these. D. Which of the following is true regarding the priveleges and immunities clause of the U.S. Constitution? A. Under the clause, a state cannot prohibit nonresidents from opening restaurants in the state. B. Under the clause, a state can allow state universities to charge higher tuition to out-of-state students because residents pay taxes that fund state universities, while out-of-state students do not. C. Under the clause, states may not discriminate against citizens of other states in the buying and selling of property. D. Under the clause, a state cannot prohibit nonresidents from opening restaurants in the state; a state can allow state universities to charge higher tuition to out-of-state students because residents pay taxes that fund state universities, while out-of-state students do not; and states may not discriminate against citizens of other states in the buying and selling of property. E. None of these. There is no privileges and immunities clause in the U.S. Constitution. The privileges and immunities clause is contained in a statute passed by Congress. D. Which of the following references the clause of the U.S. Constitution that provides that, "Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public Acts, Records, and judicial proceedings of every other state?" A. The Full Faith and Credit Clause B. The Privileges and Immunities Clause C. The Commerce Clause D. The Contract Clause E. The Bill of Rights Clause A. The first ___ amendments to the U.S. Constitution are known as the Bill of Rights. A. Five B. Six C. Eight D. Nine E. TenE. Which amendment extends most of the provisions of the Bill of Rights prohibiting state interference in citizens' exercise of their rights to the states? A. Thirteenth B. Fourteenth C. Twenty-first D. Twenty-second E. Fortieth B. Which amendment provides that the government cannot infringe on citizens' right to bear arms? A. First B. Second C. Fifth D. Sixth E. None B. Which amendment protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures? A. First B. Third C. Fourth D. Sixth E. Tenth C. Which amendment gives citizens the right not to testify against themselves in a criminal case? A. First B. Third C. Fourth D. Fifth E. Tenth D. Which amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment? A. Second B. Fourth C. Fifth D. Eighth E. Tenth D. A court must have several types of jurisdiction to decide any particular case. True In rem jurisdiction references jurisdiction over a person subject to an order of guardianship. False Under federal statutory law internet transactions cannot be the basis for a finding of in personam jurisdiction False Subject-matter jurisdiction is a court's power to hear certain kinds of cases. True State courts have the power to hear all cases not within the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal court system. True Concurrent federal jurisdiction means that both state and federal courts have jurisdiction over a case. True Once a case is in the proper court system, venue determines which trial court in the system will hear the case. True A person who has the legal right to bring an action in court has standing. True Under our system of justice, courts may issue advisory opinions. False In some cases, the U.S. Supreme Court functions as a trial court. True Intermediate courts of appeal exist in all states.False The defendant responds to a complaint with an answer. True A defendant who believes that he or she has a claim against the plaintiff would include a counterclaim with the answer. True A reply is an answer to a counterclaim. True A party only has a limited number of challenges for cause in jury selection false Peremptory challenges in jury selection may not be racially based. True Only one party may appeal from a final judgement. False If an appellate judge agrees with the majority's decision but for different reasons, the judge may write a "concurring" opinion. True On average, the U.S. Supreme Court hears 300 cases a year. False The term ADR refers to the resolution of legal disputes through methods other than litigation.True Courts are generally critical and unsupportive of ADR methods. False A person must be a lawyer in order to serve as an arbitrator. False An arbitrator is more likely to issue a compromise decision than a judge. True Med-Arb is a type of ADR method. True Early neutral case evaluation provides a binding ruling by a neutral. False Which of the following do appellate courts primarily handle? A. Questions of law B. Questions of fact C. Questions of law and fact D. Cases when they initially enter the legal system E. Questions of law and fact, and also cases when they initially enter the legal system A. Which of the following is a question of fact? A. Whether a vehicle ran a traffic light B. Whether premeditation is necessary for a first degree murder conviction C. Whether speech is protected by the First Amendment D. What is necessary for service of process E. Whether a vehicle ran a traffic light and also what is necessary for service of process A. A defendant in a lawsuit is to be provided by the plaintiff with a copy of the complaint. That process is called ___ A. Summons issuance B. Service of process C. Service delivery D. Subpoena delivery E. In personam service B. Laws which enable a court to serve a defendant outside the state as long as the defendant has sufficient minimum contacts within the state and it seems fair to assert jurisdiction are called ___ A. Minimum contact statutes B. Significant contact statutes C. Long-arm statutes D. In rem statutes E. There are no such laws C. Adult siblings, John, Sam, and Andy, are in disagreement over how to split the proceeds of a piece of land left to them by a rich uncle who recently died. The uncle was a resident of Georgia, and the land is in Georgia; but neither John, Sam, nor Andy live there. Which of the following is true regarding jurisdiction over the dispute? A. A court in Georgia would not have jurisdiction. The case would have to be brought in a state in which at least one of the brothers lives. B. A court in Georgia would have in rem jurisdiction over the dispute. C. A court in Georgia would have in personam jurisdiction over the dispute. D. A court in Georgia would have jurisdiction over the dispute only if all brothers signed a consent form agreeing to bring the case in Georgia. E. A court in Georgia would have original jurisdiction, but appellate jurisdiction would be in a state in which at least one of the brothers lives. B. Business law consists of the suggested rules of conduct that govern commercial relationships. False Many market transactions occur without legal guidelines. False Because of the law, we rely on the goodwill and dependability of one another. False Crimes are prosecuted by the government, not individuals. True Public law involves disputes between private individuals or groups and their government. True Another name for case law is common law. True Case law interpretations are law unless they are revoked later by new statutory law. True The term "stare decisis" means "reversing the decision". False A decision of a state supreme court is binding on a lower state court located in the state. True A decision from a state supreme court in one state is binding on a trial court judge in another state if the other state has no applicable law on the issue involved. False Constitutions and statutes are complete in the sense of covering the detailed rules that affect government and business relations. False Presidents claim the power to issue executive orders on the basis of their Article II, Section 1, constitutional power to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed." True Ethical conversation is primarily about finding the one and only right thing to do. False The social responsibility of business is formed by expectations employees have of employers. False Penny is investigating what she needs to do to legally open a dog grooming business in her city. Which of the following would govern the business? A. State statutes B. City ordinances C. Model laws D. State statutes, city ordinances, and model laws E. State statutes and city ordinances but not model laws E. Which of the following is not a purpose of the law as set forth in the text? A. Encouraging taxation B. Serving as an alternative to fighting C. Encouraging social justice D. Guaranteeing personal freedoms E. Providing order such that one can depend on a promise or an expectation of obligations A. Which of the following most accurately sets forth ways into which law may be divided and classified? A. National versus international B. Federal versus state C. Public versus private D. National versus international, and federal versus state, but not public versus private E. National versus international, federal versus state, and public versus private. E. Which of the following involves disputes between private individuals or groups? A. Public law B. Private law C. Governmental law D. Public law and private law, but not governmental law E. Public law, private law, and governmental law B. Which of the following involves disputes between private individuals or groups and their government? A. Public law B. Private law C. Governmental law D. Public law and private law, but not governmental law E. Public law, private law, and governmental law A. Which of the following involves remedies available to an individual when his or her rights are violated? A. Civil law B. Resolution law C. Procedural law D. Civil law and procedural law, but not criminal law E. Civil law, criminal law, and procedural law A. Which of the following applies to situations in which someone commits an act against the public as a unit? A. Civil law B. Criminal law C. Procedural law D. Civil law and procedural law, but not criminal law E. Civil law, criminal law, and procedural law B. Laws are enforced by which of the following? A. State legislatures B. Federal congress C. Community consensus D. Courts E. All of these D. A majority of citizens in a democracy can agree to permit certain authorities to make and enforce rules describing what behavior is permitted and encouraged in their community. These rules are what we refer to as the ___. A. Electoral college B. Community standard C. Democratic validation D. Staredecisis E. Law E. Assume a businessperson who owns a computer equipment store is delinquent in paying rent to the landlord. The resulting dispute entails ___ law. A. Public B. Preferential C. Consensual D. Private E. Black letter D. If a computer store dumps waste behind its building in violation of local, state, or federal environmental regulations, the resulting dispute focuses on ___ law. A. Public B. Preferential C. Consensual D. Private E. Black letter A. Which type of law involves the rights and responsibilities involved in relationships between persons, and between persons and their government? A. Criminal B. Procedural C. Civil D. Natural E. Positive C. Crimes committed under criminal laws are prosecuted by which of the following? A. Only inured individuals B. Any interested person whether injured or not C. State government only D. The federal government only E. The state or federal government E. Assume a restaurant chain is forced to pay damages to a person who suffered food poisoning after eating at the restaurant. What type of law is involved? A. Public law only B. Private law only C. Civil law only D. Public, private, and civil law E. Private law and civil law E. Assume the Securities and Exchange Commission prosecutes someone for insider trading. That prosecution is an example of ___ law. A. Criminal B. Procedural C. Civil D. Natural E. Positive A. The ___ is the supreme law of the land. A. U.S. Constitution B. Declaration of Independence C. U.S. Code D. Model law E. Uniform law A. Executive agencies tend to focus on ___ regulation whereas independent agencies are more often focused on ___ regulation. A. Social; economic B. Political; safety C. Social; political D. Safety; social E. Economic; safety A. Which of the following is a term used to refer to agencies that do not clearly fall into either the classification of an executive agency or the classification of independent agency? A. Combined B. Hybrid C. Joined D. Registered E. Judicial B. Which of the following is an act passed by Congress and serves as a major limitation on how federal agencies are run? A. The Agency Restriction Act B. The Regulatory Agency Act C. The Agency Regulation Act D. The Administrative Procedures Act E. The Regulatory Restriction Act D. Which of the following is a type of rule making done by agencies? A. Formal B. Informal C. Hybrid D. Formal, informal, and hybrid E. Formal and informal, but not hybrid D. Which of the following are the most common types of rule making done by agencies? A. Formal and hybrid B. Informal and hybrid C. Formal and informal D. Judicial and informal E. Legislative and formal C. In informal rule making, the date on which a rule becomes effective must be at least ___ days after publication of the final rule in the FederalRegister. A. 15 B. 20 C. 30 D. 45 E. 60 C. Which of he following are exemptions from rule making that allow an agency to decide whether public participation will be allowed? A. Rule making proceedings with regard to military or foreign affairs B. Rule making proceedings with regard to agency management or personnel C. Rule making proceedings with regard to public property of an agency D. Rule making proceedings with regard to contracts of an agency E. All of these E. Which of the following was the result in Alexis Perez v John Ashcroft, the case in the text in which the plaintiff claimed that without formal rule making as required by law, the Immigration and Naturalization Service wrongfully imposed a rule requiring that applicants for visas to work in a professional capacity in a religious vocation have formal religious training? A. The court ruled that no formal rule making was required because the agency was merely interpreting previously approved regulations B. The court ruled that no formal rule making was required because the Immigration and Naturalization Service was exempt from the Administrative Procedures Act C. The court upheld the rule on the basis that as a potential immigrant, the plaintiff lacked standing to sue. D. The court struck the rule on the basis that the Immigration and Naturalization Service lacked the authority to pass any rules whatsoever when First Amendment freedom of religion rights were at issue. E. The court struck the rule on the basis that all substantive rules adopted by an agency creating law must be implemented through formal rule-making procedures E. Which of the following are general statements about directions in which an agency intends to proceed with respect to its rule-making or enforcement activities? A. Policy statements B. Interpretative statements C. Planning notices D. Review statements E. Warning notices A. Under which of the following does each concerned interest group and the agency send representatives to bargaining sessions led by a mediator with any agreement forwarded to the agency? A. Mediation B. Regulation C. Reg-neg D. Med-neg E. Arb-med C. Which of the following is involved when an agency is referred to as a "captured" agency? A. A belief that agency officials are unduly influenced by past ties to the industry regulated by the agency B. A belief that agency officials are unduly influenced by their political party C. A belief that agency officials are unduly influenced by politicians in the state in which the agency is located D. A belief that agency officials are unduly influenced by politicians in states most affected by the regulations put out by the agency E. A belief that agency officials are unduly influenced by the desires of Congress. A. Which of the following are activities in which agencies may be involved? A. Conducting research B. Issuing permits C. Managing property D. Conducting research, issuing permits, and managing property E. Conducting research and issuing permits, but not managing property D. Which of the following was the result in Yan Ju Wang v. George Valverde, the case in the text in which the plaintiff sued for a mandate compelling that the Department of Motor Vehicles set aside its revocation of plaintiff's noncommercial driver's license based on her allegedly cheating on an exam for a commercial driver's license? A. The court ruled that the agency lacked statutory authority to revoke the noncommercial license B. The court ruled that the agency failed to provide a proper hearing prior to revoking the noncommercial license C. The court ruled that the agency could not revoke the noncommercial license because the plaintiff was not criminally prosecuted D. The court ruled that the agency could revoke the noncommercial license because the plaintiff was criminally prosecuted E. The court ruled that the agency could revoke the noncommercial license because it was granted the statutory authority to do so A. Which of the following is a limit on agency power? A. Political B. Statutory C. Informational D. Political, statutory, and informational E. Political and statutory, but not informational D. Which of the following has the power to create a federal agency? A. The House of Representatives B. The Senate C. Congress D. The President E. The Administrative Regulatory Agency C. Which of the following has the power to dissolve a federal agency? A. The House of Representatives B. The Senate C. Congress D. The President E. The Administrative Regulatory Agency C. How many days, if any, does Congress have in which to review proposed agency rules? A. 0 B. 20 C. 30 D. 60 E. 90 D. In order to be upheld in court, an agency's fact finding must be supported by which of the following? A. Substantial evidence B. A rational basis C. Any evidence D. Reasonable evidence E. Non-hearsay evidence A. Which of the following is false regarding the Freedom of Information Act? A. Information may be obtained under the act regarding how an agency gets and spends its money B. Citizens are entitled to any records that the government has about them C. Records involving national security are exempted from the act D. Information regarding the agency's personnel records may be obtained under the act E. Records involving an individual's private life are exempted from the act D. To which of the following does the Freedom of Information Act not apply? A. Congress B. The federal courts C. The executive staff of the White house D. It does not apply to Congress, the federal courts, or to the executive staff of the White House E. It does not apply to Congress or the federal courts, but it does apply to the executive staff of the White House D. According to the United Nations as discussed in the text, which of the following is true regarding e-government, meaning the delivery of government services through digital information technologies, including the internet? A. It is important because it reduces the cost of government while improving the quality of services and citizen access B. It is important because although it increases the cost of government, it improves the quality of services and citizen access C. It is important because it enables the government to keep closer track of perceived criminal activity D. It is not important because face-to-face interaction with government employees is more efficient and cost effective E. It is not important because internet sites cannot be kept sufficiently up-to-date to handle complex governmental issues A. The rules and regulations put forth by legislatures are referred to as ___ law. A. Administrative B. Statutory C. Uniform D. Proper E. Secondary B. Legislative acts passed by state legislatures can be found in ___. A. The U.S. Code B. State codes C. The Uniform Register D. The State Reporter E. The State Reference Manual B. Legislative acts passed the U.S. Congress can be found in ___. A. The U.S. Code B. State codes C. The Uniform Register D. The State Reporter E. The State Reference Manual A. Which of the following is a term used to refer to laws that are contained in one convenient location? A. Area laws B. Codes C. Classifications D. Filings E. Reports B. Which of the following references rules of cities and counties that govern matters not covered by federal or state law? A. Area laws B. Ordinances C. Classifications D. Filings E. Reports B. The group that urges states to enact model laws to provide greater uniformity of law is called the ___. A. Model law on Uniform State Laws Organization B. Federal Uniform Law Commission C. National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws D. Model and Uniform Law Consortium E. Uniform Statutory Enforcement Commission C. When the organization in charge of proposing uniform laws proposes a statute, which of the following is true? A. All states must adopt the uniform statue within one year B. All states must adopts the uniform statute within six months C. The uniform statue automatically goes into effect without any action by state legislatures D. A state legislature is not required to adopt the uniform statute; but if the state legislature decides to go forward with adoption, all portions of the statute must be adopted E. A state legislature can ignore the proposed uniform law, adopt it in full, or adopt it in parE. Case law can revoked by ___. A. New statutes B. Precedent C. Staredecisis D. Standard law E. None of these because case law cannot be revoked A. The term ___ involves the use of past decisions to guide future decisions. A. Commonality B. Precedent C. Restatement D. Uniformity E. ModelingB. The ___ is a significant body of law to business activities including sales, banking, and warranty. A. Federal Business Code B. Model Business Code C. Uniform Transactional Model D. Uniform Commercial Code E. Marketing Transaction Code D. When courts rely on precedent, they are obeying ___. A. Common analysis B. Resjudicata C. Staredecisis D. Inrem process E. Federal law C. Which of the following cases is referenced in the text as a use of stare decisis as binding precedent, in that it abolished discriminatory policies for individuals of different racial backgrounds? A. Curtis v. Schoolboard B. Laughlin v. Glover C. Grover v. Breebee D. Brown v. Board of eduaction E. Story v. Price D. In which of the following cases did the U.S. Supreme Court rely on precedent to strike down a school' admissions policy that reserved slots for members of minority races? A. Story v Price B. Brown v Board of education C. University of California v. Bakke D. Grover v. University of Mississippi E. Adkins v. Price C. Which of the following are summaries of common law rules in a particular area of the law that have been enacted by most states? A. Restatements of the Law B. Codifications of the Law C. Reporters D. Reports of the Law E. Codes of Reporters A. Assume an issue is decided by a state supreme court. On what cases is that decision binding? A. The decision being appealed from and future cases in the state, but not past cases B. The decision being appealed from, future cases in the state, and past cases which must be reopened C. Only the decision being appealed from D. Only future cases E. The decision being appealed from and future cases in the state and in surrounding states, but not past cases A. Which of the following is true regarding administrative agencies? A. There are state administrative agencies, but no federal administrative agencies B. There are federal administrative agencies, but no state administrative agencies C. There are state and federal administrative agencies, but no local administrative agencies D. Administrative agencies exist only at the local county level E. Administrative agencies exist at the federal, state, and local level E. Which of the following prepares Restatements? A. State legislatures B. The federal Congress C. Local governing bodies D. The Uniform Restatement Association E. The American Law InstituteE. Which of the following is true regarding treaties at the federal level? A. A treaty is generally negotiated by the executive branch and must then be approved by two-thirds of the Senate B. A treaty is generally negotiated by the executive branch and must then be approved by two-thirds of the House of Representatives C. A treaty is generally negotiated by the executive branch and must then be approved by two-thirds of the Senate and also by two-thirds of the House of Representatives D. A treaty is generally negotiated by the executive branch and no approval by the Senate or House of Representatives is needed E. A treaty is generally negotiated by the executive branch and must then be approved by two-thirds of the Senate and also by two-thirds of the state legislatures A. The concept of ___ suggests that individuals should have the freedom to disobey a law enacted by people if their conscience goes against the law and they believe the law is wrong. A. Legal positivism B. Natural law C. Legal-realism D. Conscience reaction E. None of these B. Assume a judge writes that she is deciding to enforce a law in question but that her decision does not mean that she sees the law as the morally correct rule. The judge would have leanings in the direction of ___. A. Legal positivism B. Natural law C. Legal-realism D. Conscience reaction E. None of these A. In which school of jurisprudence is the concept of staredecisis rooted? A. The Historical school B. Legal-realism C. The cost-benefit analysis school D. Positivism E. Cultural reenactmentA. Candy wants to start an internet business. She is told by the Chinese government that certain items on her site are objectionable and illegal, and that if she wants to do business in China, she must remove the objectionable material. Which of the following is true? A. Candy is within her rights and should stand her ground. She is a U.S citizen, and so long as she obeys U.S. laws, she can do business in China B. Candy is within her rights only if she petitioned her state senator and obtained his or her permission to proceed C. If Candy wants to do business in China, she must abide by Chinese law D. By international law, there is a set fee of $10,000 that Candy can pay if she wants to obey only U.S. law. If she pays that amount, she can continue in China without any modification E. By international law, there is a set fee of $5,000 that Candy can pay if she wants to obey only U.S. law. If she pays that amount, she can continue in China without any modification. C. Which of the following are stakeholders of a business? A. Shareholders B. Employees C. Customers D. Management E. All of these E. Positive abstractions that capture our sense of what is good or desirable are ___. A. Ethical ideas B. Values C. Conscience demands D. Desirable principles E. Action goals B. The idea that we should interact with other people in a manner consistent with the manner in which we would like for them to interact with us is called ___. A. The Equalization Rule B. The Ethical Realization Rule C. The Silver Rule D. The Golden Rule E. The Ten Commandments Rule D. The "public disclosure" test for ethical behavior is sometimes referred to as the ___ test. A. Television B. Powell C. Self-conscious D. Golden E. Primary A. The ___ for ethical behavior seeks consideration of what the world would be like if a decision is copied by everyone else. A. Golden Rule B. Universalization test C. Public Disclosure D. Relevant Disclosure E. World Rule B.
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