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On power, its nature and the history of its growth
Bertrand de Jouvenel
|Series||Beacon paperback, no. 133|
|LC Classifications||JC325 J613 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||421|
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While Robert Frosts of the world may contemplate the roads not taken, de Jouvenel shows the road that is unavoidable/5. ~On Power: The Natural History of Its Growth~ chronicles the growth of political power throughout the ages and explains how the powers welded by modern Parliaments and Presidents would be the envy of medieval kings.
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The “Power” of which de Jouvenel speaks is, as the translator J. Huntington tells us, “the central governmental authority in. Get this from a library. On power, its nature and the history of its growth. [Bertrand de Jouvenel] -- SCOTT (Copy 1): From the John Holmes Library collection.
OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages 21 cm. Contents: Translator's Note --Preface --The Minotaur Presented --Book I: Metaphysics of Civil Obedience --Theories of Sovereignty --The Organic Theories of Power --Book II: Origins of Magical Origins of Power --The Coming of the Warrior --Book III: Of the Nature of Dialectic of Command --The Expansionist.
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