Essays on Politics and Society (Collected works of John by John Stuart Mill

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X x_eak and often absorbed in pett 5 rixatries He diqcusses x_ith acumen the conditions necessary to render a Iederation acceptable and feasible, the &fferent mode', of organizing it. the inst_tutlons such as a supreme court essential to fulfil its purposes, and the broad beneficial consequences flox_ing from its success. In federal states he sees decisive advantages _imilar to those conferred by other practical modes of co-operanon "_herein persuasion replace_ command and for certain purposes the weak meet on equal terms with the strong.

An autocrac,, which successfull) curbs a lawless and turbulent populace may lot an interval provide an essential prereqm_ite for the order and progress of civilization: the mgrained habits and spirit of obedience to la_. At critical rimes enlightened despots can achieve concrete social advances that mas be tess feasible under representative institutions, which permit powerful vested interests to block eform. Nevertheless, for Mill the most desirable form of government, provided the people are willing and able to fulfil it,, con&tions, is representative, because it offers the maximum opportumt 3 for fostering men's intelligence, virtue, and happiness But at the same time he admits that where the people are morally and mentall; unfit for thi,, demanding form of rule.

Chapman that Australian democracx, as described by Chapman. confirmed his fears about false democrac_ ILL, CW, )

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