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Macpherson provides for his readers a tightly written, meaty, and often invigorating critical assessment of Locke's argument. In it one finds some of the best of Macpherson's now famous criticism of liberal-democratic government. --Gregory E. Pyrcz in Canadian Philosophical Review</div>
I don't know what book Christian Jaros (as several other one-star reviewers) thought he was reviewing. It certainly wasn't this one. For example:
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Absolutely essential to any student of political philosophy, the constitution, human rights or natural law.Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's another functioning book. Not much to say but it's affordable when you need many books for a theory class.Published 1 month ago by Christopher Valladarez
To be honest, the only reason why I gave this so many stars was because it was a product that spurred wide spread enlightenment thinking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alida
This is perhaps one of the most important works of political theory ever written. Anyone studying the foundation of American politics and government must read this short classic... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ProPAZ
The first book is theological refutation of the Devine right of Monarchy. The second a somewhat muddled exposition of "natural rights" theory. Read morePublished 3 months ago by normbenign