916 - 2.3 Underlying principle is fear 2.3.1 UCMJ: fear of...

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9/16 1 Montesquieu’s Natures of Government 1 Monarchy 1.1 Creates laws and obeys them (his own and his predecessors) 1.2 Service in return for protection 1.3 Monarchy can function temporarily without law (king can ignore laws and can function temporarily as a tyrant; so long as there is sufficient honor, the country will right itself) 1.4 Underlying principle is honor 1.4.1 UCMJ: faithful 2 Despotism (Dictatorship) 2.1 No protection or civil rights to the people 2.2 Law is to oppress and control the people--caprice of the despot/tyrant
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Unformatted text preview: 2.3 Underlying principle is fear 2.3.1 UCMJ: fear of punishments, superiors (anyone in the hierarchy can enforce the law) 3 Republic 3.1 Underlying principle is virtue (love of country, true glory, self-denial, sacrifice of our dearest interests, heroic) 3.2 Fragile (when people stop obeying the law in a virtuous way, the republic ceases to exist 3.2.1 UCMJ: acts of courage rewarded (not too many republican ideals coincide with military law)...
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