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Author’s Note - Michael Oakeshott, Hobbes on Civil Association 
Hobbes on Civil Association, foreword by Paul Franco (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2000).
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The texts of Hobbes’s works referred to are, with the exceptions of Leviathan and the Elements of Law, those published in the English Works of Thomas Hobbes, edited by Molesworth, 11 volumes, 1839 (referred to as E.W.), and in the Opera Latina, edited by Molesworth, 5 volumes, 1845 (referred to as O.L.). References to Leviathan (L.) are to the pages of the Clarendon Press reprint (1909) of the edition of 1651. References to the Elements of Law are to the edition by Tönnies, Cambridge, 1928.