English | 1 Apr. 1991 | ISBN: 0877228078 | 352 Pages | PDF | 57 MB
Focusing on Seventeenth-Century English political philosophy and Nineteenth-Century American culture, Mark Kann challenges the widely-held view that American political institutions are grounded in the primacy of individualism.
Liberal thinkers have long been concerned that men are too passionate and selfish to exercise individual rights without causing social chaos.
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