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The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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The Social Contract
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Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
ISBN/ASIN: B003P9XI52
Number of pages: 158

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Rousseau's influential 1762 work, in which he argues that all government is fundamentally flawed and that modern society is based on a system of inequality. The philosopher proposes an alternative system for the development of self-governing, self-disciplined citizens.

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