1. Compare and contrast agrarian law within the four texts and analyze the politicallandscape that may have influenced these ideologies.2. What is the purpose of government, and by what means should it accomplish thoseends? To what extent should a state limit individual freedoms to accomplish thoseends?3. What has been the evolution of the function of government in the neo-Romantradition? Why is this adaptation necessary?4. What is the ideal citizen according to the authors we have studied? What are thebenefits and detriments of citizenship for the individual citizen and for the governmentitself?5. What purpose do tumults serve in the development of a society? Are tyranny orcoercion prerequisites for the emergence of freedom?