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- The Good Society
- Penn State University Press
- Do We Need the Vote?: Reflections on John McCormick's Machiavellian Democracy Volume 20, Number 2, 2011, pp. 170-183
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This issue contains 12 articles in total
- Round-Robin Commentary
- Young People, Relativism, and Natural Law
- Impartial Attractiveness as a Moral Test
- Universals, Knowledge Claims, and Methods
- "Machiavellian Democracy," Differentiated Citizenship, and Civic Unity
- Incentivize the Powerful or Empower the Poor?: Thoughts on John McCormick's Machiavellian Democracy
- The Ferocity of Hope: Accountability and the People's Tribunate in Machiavellian Democracy
- Machiavellian Democratic Innovations: McCormick's People's Tribunate
- Learning How Not to Be Good: A Plebeian Perspective
- Do We Need the Vote?: Reflections on John McCormick's Machiavellian Democracy
- Republicanism: Democratic or Popular?
- Machiavellian Democracy: An Engine for Reform
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