Legal Legitimacy in Theoretical Perspective
This chapter locates the problem of government illegitimacy within the range of problems addressed by political theory. It introduces the normative considerations affecting determinations of the legitimacy of ruling authority. It also outlines the question of legitimacy, differentiating between the problems posed by illegitimate states, illegitimate governments, and violations of irreducible duties of governance.
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