Argues that in light of the features of friendship discussed in the first four chapters, regimes of any significant size are unlikely to meet the condition that friends mutually recognize the appropriate motivations of one another. Civic friendship as a general model of citizenship is unrealistic, but can be a more limited ideal.
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