The Strange Career of Individualism

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government had to be endowed with indivisible, infallible, andrnirresistible sovereignty. Only if government had this powerrnwould it be able to crush those independent social authoritiesrnthat pose a threat to the individual's autonomy. The individualrnwould have to obey, without question, the law of the sovereignrn(whether a monarch or democracy . . .

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