Genre - Politics

“What Is Property?” by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is a foundational work in political philosophy, challenging conventional notions of ownership and advocating for social equality. Published in 1840, it sparked debates on property rights and economic justice.
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The Federalist Papers also known as The Federalist, comprising of 85 articles and essays, were written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay between 1787 and 1788. These essays, published under the pseudonym “Publius,” aimed to promote the ratification of the United States Constitution. Addressing various aspects of government structure and individual rights, the papers serve as a foundational text in American political thought.
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The United States Constitution is the foundational legal document that establishes the framework for the American government and outlines the rights of its citizens. Drafted during the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787, it was ratified by the states in 1788 and went into effect in 1789.
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“The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire” by Edward Gibbon is a monumental work that traces the history of one of the most significant civilizations in human history. Spanning six volumes, Gibbon’s magisterial narrative offers a comprehensive examination of the rise, zenith, and eventual collapse of the Roman Empire.
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“Ten Days That Shook the World” is a book written by the American journalist and socialist John Reed. It provides an eyewitness account of the October Revolution in Russia, which led to the establishment of the Soviet government.
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“Leviathan” is a philosophical work written by Thomas Hobbes, published in 1651. It is one of the most influential works of political philosophy and a cornerstone in the development of social contract theory.
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Since the first day after the tragedy was announced, controversy has surrounded the death of rap and cultural icon Tupac Shakur. In this work, preeminent researcher on the topic, John Potash, puts forward his own theories of the events leading up to and following the murder in this meticulously researched and exhaustive account of the story.
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“The Public and Its Problems” is a book written by American philosopher John Dewey. It was first published in 1927 and is one of Dewey’s major works in political philosophy. The book explores the nature of publics, the challenges of democracy, and the relationship between individuals and society.
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