This is the last of Plato's twenty-five philosophical dialogues. When the Cretans decide to redevelop a long deserted city, they establish a commission and consult three elders on writing a new constitution and legal code. The dialogue develops over twelve books that outline a constitution, the organization of civic bodies, and the regulation of public services.
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Hayes Barton Press
September 10, 2007
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