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The Problem of Political Obligation: A Critique of Liberal Theory (original 1979; edition 1986)

by Carole Pateman (Author)

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Title:The Problem of Political Obligation: A Critique of Liberal Theory
Authors:Carole Pateman (Author)
Info:Univ of California Pr (1986), Paperback
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Pateman examines the notion of political obligation in relation to the liberal democratic state and presents a vision of participatory democracy as a means to effect a more satisfactory relationship between the citizen and the state. She offers a general assessment of liberal theory and an interpretation of all familiar arguments about political obligation and democratic consent.

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