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Rousseau and the "Government of Poland"
Throughout Poland during the late eighteenth century, many disputes over land and politics were occurring. During the years of 1771 until 1792, Poland had been partitioned three times. By 1792, Poland didn't even exist due to a poor army and no governmental structure. Finally, Poland was split up between Russia, Poland, and Austria. Rousseau sees the Poles at this time as rather selfish people. Rousseau has many thoughts on how Poland could be saved and all Poles to be happy and free.
Rousseau thought that Poland could in fact be saved but it would take some time and effort. Rousseau didn'…
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