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The Social Contract

“Man is born free; and everywhere he is in chains.” The cry for human liberty sparked the French Revolution and questions the role of government in democracy. Includes two discourses. Origin of Inequality that inequality is the natural result of civilization. Political Economy examines how politics affects people.


Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Maurice Cranston
Pages: 168 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 10.45 Mb



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