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by Henry David Thoreau
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Civil Disobedience is Thoreau's primary essay on how to interact with Government. Here the author argues that a citizen must always uphold conscience over what is prescribed by law.

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by Niccolo Machiavelli
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Machiavelli lived in Renaissance Italy in a time marked by violent hatred between the Italian city-states.

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by Sherwin T. Wine
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Baruch Spinoza is considered by some to be the first modern thinker. Explore his story and his crucial work on personal and political philosophy.

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by Paul Strathern
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Karl Marx's devastating critique of capitalism, and his proposal of communism as the answer to the failings of the capitalist system, bore their greatest fruits in the twentieth century…

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by Aristotle
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Although over two millennia old, Aristotle’s Politics remains central to the perplexing questions posed in the study of political science.

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by Richard Pipes
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From the acclaimed Modern Library Chronicles comes an exploration of a promising theory that when put to practice wreaked havoc on the world.

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by Christopher Hitchens
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Thomas Paine is one of the greatest political propagandists in history. The Rights of Man, first published in 1791, is the key to his reputation.

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by Donald T. Phillips
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What does it mean to be a leader? How does an individual create an unstoppable organization?

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by James Burnham
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This classic work of political theory and practice makes available an account of the modern Machiavellians: Gartano Mosca, George Sorel, Robert Michels, and Vilfredo Pareto.

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by Voltaire
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Candide is a French satire written in 1759 by Voltaire, a philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment. One of the finest satires ever written, this lively tale follows the absurdly melodramatic adventures of the youthful Candide, who is forced into the army, flogged, shipwrecked, betrayed, robbed, separated from his beloved Cunegonde, and tortured by the Inquisition.

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