Original Language: French --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Rousseau claimed that a perfect society would be controlled by the "general will" of its populace.
The translation used for this review is by G.D.H. Cole printed in volume 38 of the Britannica Great Books set, original edition, first published in 1952.
It is simple and well written, it has had an important political impact and can make you curious enough to know more.
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