Designed for the introductory political theory course, this text focuses on critical thinking and what the authors call "issues for the future", such as euthanasia, abortion and environmentalism. Their approach is based on the belief that political theory should be relevant and concerned with contemporary issues, willing to adapt and reinterpret historic solutions to the problems and concerns of today. Another significant aspect of this text is its focus on public policy issues. It covers all major topics of political theory - justice, obligation and liberty - making it a suitable adjunct to a history of political science or introduction to political science course.
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