Beyond Politics

In BYU Studies 15:1 (Autumn 1974): 3-28. A talk originally given on October 26, 1973, to the Pi Sigma Alpha society in the Political Science Department at BYU. Reprinted in Nibley on the Timely and the Timeless (Provo: Religious Studies Center, 2004): 279-305. An argument that political action is desirable, even in an imperfect world, under the condition that it be the pursuit of the common good by reasonable discussion. But such conditions are not often found in the politics of man, which turn out to be instances of force and fraud, fueled by money and the desire for power and gain. — Midgley

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