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Libertarians are also referred to as economic socialists.

True

Is that right??

The Defence of Necessity would likely have been successful in Latimer's case if his defence lawyer could have proven that this daughter Tracy wanted to die.
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False

Positivists views law as

a) a mechanical analysis which questions the law's morality.
b) systematic approach which requires lawyers to argue for the application of ethics to judicial decision making.
c)the legal manifestation of Parliamentary Supremacy.
d) a series of possible answers which can be applied based on the facts of each case.
I believe the answer is A.

One reason the Supreme Court of Canada upheld the Latimer's mandatory minimum sentence was to denounce the act of murder.
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True

Where is says TRUE, it is a TRUE and FALSE Question..

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  1. On the first, yes, historically. Recently the Libertarians have diverged into other groups. At the present, here in Texas, Libertarians are a reactionary political movement that is anti-government, anti-organization (Including workers unions), anti-liberal.

    Basically, they have evolved with a close calling to John Bircher's here, a very reactionary movement. If one called them a socialist, it would be a deadly provocation. In a recent election, Ron Paul here had a large following, in fact, they divided the very conservative Republican Party here.

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