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Title: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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Subject: History
Author: Carla S
Date: November 15, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 5 / 1433
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In my personal opinion, I am not agreeing with the point of view of Jean-Jacques Rousseau about representatives, because people elect representatives because those representatives defend people ideas. Also representatives normally have projects that are the same project that people are interested in...

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Even the right to elect any representative is a demonstration of the people's liberty. Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a visionary and an idealist that thought people should make the laws directly, but it is very difficult that man could exist as an individual in the state of nature controlled simply by his natural impulses without violating the rights of others...

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