1. Twentieth century contract law is generally characterized by:
A) Rigid, precise, technical rules.
B) Increased government intervention into private contracts.
C) Less government intervention into private contracts.
D) None of the above.
2. Kim, a shy and easily manipulated mid-level manager at Bizlaw, Inc., is told by his boss, Bill, to make false statements on the performance evaluation of Gloria, one of Kim’s employees who has recently filed a discrimination claim against Bill. Bill tells Kim: “Look around you. Every manager makes up stories about employees Bizlaw wants to get rid of.” Bill’s argument illustrates:
A) Bandwagon fallacy.
B) argumentum ad baculum.
C) argumentum ad hominem.
D) Circular reasoning.