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Two Treatises of Government - John Locke (Giants of Political Thought)

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An audio lecture which discusses John Locke and his Two Treatises of Government.

Two Treatises of Government is the most famous and influential defense of limited government ever published. Written during a period of increasing opposition to the restored English monarchy, this work was published anonymously in 1689. It is a classic account of natural rights, social contract
Published January 1st 2004 by Blackstone Audiobooks
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For some reason, I thought this was the actual treatises, not a well done lecture on them.

I really appreciated the context that was given.
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