Republics Ancient and Modern: New modes and orders in early modern political thought, Volume 2

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University of North Carolina Press, 1994 - 514 pages
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"This is a work vast in scale, soaring in its scholarly ambition, and magnificent . . . in its achievement. The author's command of the primary sources is staggering in breadth and depth, deftly orchestrated and rich with insight. . . . Deploying an avalanche of evidence. . . Rahe shows how alien the modern project, in all its diverse versions, was to the classics as well as the Bible."--Thomas L. Pangle, Political Theory

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Paul A. Rahe is professor of history at the University of Tulsa.

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