Against Politics: On Government, Anarchy, and Order

Psychology Press (1997)
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Abstract

Government depends on collective decision making. Even in peaceful democracies, some decide for all. The author challenges the morality of this position. It is not different political systems that are at fault as the nature of politics itself.

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