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On the Social Contract
by: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Categories: Essay  • 1490L
Originally Published in 1726 by: Literal
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Rousseau uses his words to inspire reforms and revolutions. He postulates that monarchs have no divine right to rule, only the people do.
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