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Classics In Political Science (1963)

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Adult Nonfiction320.01/CLASSICSDue 07-05-17
Published: New York : Philosophical Library, c1963
Description:  xi, 378 p. ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0806529040,
Language:  English

Thoughts on government / Emancipation Ukase / On Kingship / The state / The city of God / Of the limits which separate morals from legislation / On conciliation with America / The "Iron Curtain" speech / On justice / The laws of heaven and the earthly order / Croce on Machiavelli / The puritan commonwealth / The first philippic / To Viscount Palmerston / The origin of the state / Ahimsa or the Way of non-violence -- The rational basis of international law / The consitutionality of the bank / The nature of freedom / The racial state / The natural condition of mankind / First inaugural address ; Declaration of independence / To Van Swieten ; To Count Kollowrat ; To a Hungarian Magnat ; To Tobias Philip / Perpetual peace / The two phases of communist society / The Gettysburg address ; The second inaugural address / Political power / The prince / The federalist no. 47 / On the people's democratic dictatorship / The class basis of political power / The proper limits of government / The nature of laws / Utopia / The bureaucratice state / The doctrine of fascism / Proclamation, 19th brumaire / Common sense / The elite / Religon and society / The democratice way of life / Speech on the stamp act / The republic ; The statesman / The complexity of human nature / Proposed declaration of rights / The social contract / The new social order / Class war and violence / State and power / On the right of supreme authorities / Rule by the party / A message to the Soviet Union ; History of the chinese revolution / Why the people...govern in the United States / Farewell address / The concept of legitimate authority ; The concepts of power and domination /

John Adams -- Czar Alexander II -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- Aristotle -- St. Augustine -- Jeremy Bentham -- Edmund Burke -- Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill -- Marcus Tullius Cicero -- Confucius -- Benedetto Croce -- Oliver Cromwell -- Demosthenes -- Benjamin Disraeli -- Friedrich Engels -- Hugo Grotius -- Alexander Hamilton -- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel -- Adolf Hitler -- Thomas Hobbes -- Thomas Jefferson -- Joseph II of Austria -- Immanual Kant -- Nicolai Lenin -- Abraham LIncoln -- John Locke -- Niccolo Machiavelli -- James Madison -- Mao Tse-tung -- Karl Marx -- John Stuart Mill -- Montesque -- Sir Thomas More -- Gaetano Mosca -- Benito Mussolini -- Napoleon Bonaparte -- Thomas Paine -- Vilfredo Pareto -- William Penn -- Pericles -- William Pitt -- Plato -- Pierre Joseph Proudhon -- Maximilien Robespierre -- Jean Jacques Rousseau -- Claude Henri, Comete de Saint-Simon -- George Sorel -- Oswald Spengler -- Benedict de Spinoza -- Joseph Stalin -- Sun Yat-sen -- Alexis de Tocqueville -- George Washington -- Max Weber

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Additional Credits:
Rouček, Joseph S. 1902-1984 (Joseph Slabey),

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