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Political Philosophy Fun Facts

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One of the first works of Political Philosophy was Plato's "Republic
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John Locke came up with the theory of the "Social contract", which argues for the consent of the governed to be governed.
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Due to Marx's political leanings, he was forced to become stateless, leaving him to live in Great Britain.
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Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher were two of the biggest proponents of this system, consolidating it to the point of what we exist with currently.
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Alongside being one of the foremost revolutionary anarchists, Kropotkin was also an avid gardener!
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Italy had a 21 year experiment with Fascism from 1922 until the execution of Mussolini in 1943.
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Nazism is a form of fascism that, alongside the typical points, focuses on antisemitism and the racial hierarchy.
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Over 26 million Soviets died in World War Two, eclipsing any other European power by a factor of at least 10.
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Both Marx and Engels ended up dying in the United Kingdom, they spent the last years of their lives writing theory and attending parties.
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Liberalism is supposedly based on the rights of the individual, liberty and the consent of the governed.

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