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CONTENTS OF BOOK II

Chap. I. The Introduction
193
Chap. II. Of the State of Nature
195
Chap. III. Of the State of War
206
Chap. IV. Of Slavery
212
Chap. V. Of Property
215
Chap. VI. Of Paternal Power
238
Chap. VII. Of Political or Civil Society
261
Chap. VIII. Of the Beginning of Political Societies
279
Chap. IX. Of the Ends of Political Society and Government
305
Chap. X. Of the Forms of a Common-wealth
310
Chap. XI. Of the Extent of the Legiſlative Power
312
Chap. XII. Of the Legislative, Executive, and Federative Power of the Common-wealth
324
Chap. XIII. Of the Subordination of the Powers of the Common-wealth
328
Chap. XIV. Of Prerogative
339
Chap. XV. Of Paternal, Political, and Deſpotical Power, conſidered together
348
Chap. XVI. Of Conqueſt
353
Chap. XVII. Of Uſurpation
372
Chap. XVIII. Of Tyranny
373
Chap. XIX. Of the Diſſolution of Government
384