That order must precede liberty can be questioned on logical and empirical grounds. Logically, one might ask why creating order should take precedence over safeguarding liberty. It might be preferable to create authority and safeguard freedom simultaneously.That is Mark Kesselman in the October 1973 issue of World Politics, responding to Sam Huntington's claim that political order must precede liberty in political societies.
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Friday, September 4, 2009
Posted by Alex Parets at 3:31 PM . Friday, September 4, 2009