Who said, “A state is known by the rights that it maintains” ?

  1. J.S.Mill
  2. Machiavelli
  3. Laski
  4. Maclver
Manish Listener Asked on 6th November 2014 in Politics.
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    answer: laski

    Harlod J. Laski, the great English Political thinker of early 20th centuary is of the opinion, “A state is known by the rights that it maintains. The state briefly does not create but recognizes rights. Rights are those conditions of social life without which no man can seek in general to be himself at his best.”

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    Harlod Joseph Laski (30 June 1893  – 24 March 1950), British  political  theorist, economist, author and lecturer. In 1920 he joined the faculty of the London Scool of Economics and in 1926 became professsor of political science. Laski became a member of the Labout party executive committee in 1936 and was the chairman of the party in 1945-1946.
    He is best known for his books on political science and for his speeches in Britain and the United States on political, social and economic trends.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 11th April 2015.
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