- Title Pages
1Corruption as Political Decay
2Elitist Interpretations of the Republic
3On Material Constitutional Thought
4Machiavelli on the Plebeian Power to Create and Punish
5Condorcet on Primary Assemblies
6Luxemburg on Popular Emancipation
7Arendt on the Republic of Parties and Councils
8Contemporary Plebeian Thought
9Constitutionalizing the Power of Those Who Do Not Rule
- Epilogue: What Is to Be Done?
- A Note on the Type
- Systemic Corruption
- Princeton University Press
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