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The Politics of Aristotle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 6: Chapter 1, Principles within Governments Summary

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Book 6: Chapter 1, Principles within Governments Summary and Analysis

This chapter contains the first 4 sections within the total book. The author looks into what makes constitutions function best once they evolve from being abstract matters on paper to being implemented within a given society. He focuses mainly upon democracies, which is rule by the poor and mainly for the masses of the poor. He shares with readers wisdom relating to how certain forms of equality are developed and guarded within society.

So far in the book, Aristotle has taught readers about the basics of the political documents known as constitutions. He has shown essential qualities that are required for three distinctive forms of government. He has explained how the predominantly functional constitutions within a given state will often be made up of characteristics from more than one form of government. The overall nature of the state...

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