In this essay, Mill explores the idea that liberty is in fact, truly realized only in a nation where a representative government is elected. A representative government can be defined in fact, as a democratic government, one that is elected for the people by the people. Mill defines government in many ways, in an attempt to identify the role of government in keeping order and maintaining progress in a democratic society, yet also in a manner that supports the cause of "liberty and justice for all."
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December 30, 2008
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