Cambridge University Press (2010)
|Abstract||Machine generated contents note: Introduction: the celestial voice; 1. Rousseau's concept of law; 2. Agenda-setting and majority rule; 3. Democracy and vote rigging; 4. Popular sovereignty and the republican fear of large assemblies; 5. Enforcing the laws in Poland and Corsica; 6. Judging the laws/when legislation fails; Conclusion: law and liberty; Selected bibliography; Index.|
|Keywords||Social contract Law Philosophy|
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|Call number||K457.R6.P88 2010|
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