?[T]he people cannot themselves individually exercise the power of government; the power must be held by one or a few persons. Those who hold the power always claim that they use it for the people, whether the form of government is a kingdom, a dictatorship, a democracy, or whatever...[I]s the victim of government power any the less deprived of his life, liberty, or property merely because the depriving is done in the name of ? or even with the consent of ? the majority of the people?? A classic essay by Dean Russel from 1951, now brought back into print.