John Locke
An Essay concerning the true original,
extent and end of civil Government
1690

Chapter 1. Of Political Power
Chapter 2. Of the State of Nature
Chapter 3. Of the State of War
Chapter 4. Of Slavery
Chapter 5. Of Property
Chapter 6. Of Paternal Power
Chapter 7. Of Political or Civil Society
Chapter 8. Of the Beginning of Political Societies
Chapter 9. Of the Ends of Political Society and Government
Chapter 10. Of the Forms of a Commonwealth
Chapter 11. Of the Extent of the Legislative Power
Chapter 12. The Legislative, Executive, and Federative Power of the Commonwealth
Chapter 13. Of the Subordination of the Powers of the Commonwealth
Chapter 14. Of Prerogative
Chapter 15. Of Paternal, Political and Despotical Power
Chapter 16. Of Conquest
Chapter 17. Of Usurpation
Chapter 18. Of Tyranny
Chapter 19. Of the Dissolution of Government

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