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on liberty - opinion If government chooses to ignore the...

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Harry Altman Heather Roff Survey of Western Political Thought 25 February 2007 Excerpts from On Liberty , John Stuart Mill The portion from On Liberty that we read in class this week deals mainly with the relationship between the people and their opinion and the reaction of government. Mill states that it is always necessary for the government to hear and react to the people’s
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Unformatted text preview: opinion. If government chooses to ignore the people because they believe what their saying is wrong or false then they believe that their own opinions are absolute thus creating a monarchy from of government. He also sates that it is the duty of governments and individuals to form the truest opinions they can....
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