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Compare and contrast the views of Karl Marx and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on the ideal form of government. In what sense do both views embrace democratic ideals? How does American democracy differ from both Marx''s socialism and Rousseau''s conception of a state run by the general will of the people?
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