Preserving a good political order and a democratic republic: reflections from philosophy, great thinkers, popes and America's founding era

Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press (1998)
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Examining what the role of the state or political order should be and how the state should treat its citizens, this text builds its analysis around the reflections of great political thinkers, including papal thought, and the reasoning and conclusions of philosophers and contemporary commentators.

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