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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Sollicitudo rei socialis

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political
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1 2, 9| this reality. Therefore political leaders, and citizens of 2 2, 10| subsequent economic and political repercussions and dependencies, 3 3, 15| and of economic, social, political and even religious oppression 4 3, 15| social group, for example a political party, has the right to 5 3, 15| economic but also cultural, political and simply human, as was 6 3, 16| those holding economic and political power. Nor can we pretend 7 3, 18| both within the individual political communities and in their 8 3, 20| especially drawn to the political causes of today's situation.~ 9 3, 20| striking fact about the political picture since the Second 10 3, 20| description is not purely political but is also, as the expression 11 3, 20| opposition is first of all political, inasmuch as each bloc identifies 12 3, 20| alternative to the other. The political opposition, in turn, takes 13 3, 21| establish a cultural and political identity of their own, and 14 4, 33| and social, economic and political, including the rights of 15 4, 33| inherent in the life of the political community as such; the rights 16 5, 35| As has already been said, political motives also enter in. For 17 5, 35| development of peoples are really political in character. In order to 18 5, 35| of humanity, an effective political will is needed. Unfortunately, 19 5, 35| have to conclude that this political will has been insufficient.~ 20 5, 35| exclusively to the economic and political causes of underdevelopment ( 21 5, 35| with the necessary concrete political decisions, ought to help 22 5, 36| shortsightedness," of "mistaken political calculations" and "imprudent 23 5, 38| its economic, cultural, political and religious elements, 24 5, 39| of economic, military or political imperialism, and the transformation 25 6, 41| not propose economic and political systems or programs, nor 26 6, 42| as our decisions in the political and economic fields must 27 6, 43| presupposes the overcoming of political rivalries and the renouncing 28 6, 44| and in particular their political institutions, in order to 29 6, 44| stronger. For the "health" of a political community - as expressed 30 7, 47| contributing to economic and political decisions and by personal


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