Classics in Political Science
Joseph Slabey Rouček
Philosophical Library, 1963 - Political science - 378 pages
A survey of both the great and the infamous political ideas of history as reflected in the writings of the world's foremost political thinkers. The editor has presented selections, each representing the core of the particular individual's theories, so that the reader will have at his fingertips the central political philosophies of history's most influential architects of governmental theory.--From publisher description.
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