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Written by Giovanni Gentile

Narrated by Joshua Noyer

From the Article: The State may easily become a form indifferent to its content -- something extraneous to the substance it would regulate. If the law comes upon the individual from without, if the individual is not absorbed in the life of the State, the individual feels the law and the State as limitations on his activity, as chains which will eventually strangle him unless he can break them down.

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