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Molinari Explains the Difference between Monarchy and Popular Government

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09/23/2022Ryan McMaken
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Michael Stack

The rise of democracy blurred the lines between the regime and the people it exploits. This was less of a problem under monarchs, whose interests were clearly separate from the public's. 

Original Article: "Molinari Explains the Difference between Monarchy and Popular Government"

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Original Article: 
Molinari Explains the Difference between Monarchy and Popular Government