Fifty-nine articles were compiled primarily to help provide for audiences in places where the relevant academic journals are unavailable, or not easily available. Articles are arranged by order of publication (1929-1992) and represent leading schools of scholarly opinion, while also covering Locke's principle concerns. A brief introduction touches on the importance of studying political theory, especially through Locke's classic texts (which the reader is assumed to be familiar with). The sometimes opposing views presented in this collection encourage readers to develop their own, hopefully wider approach to Locke's writings and to liberalism in general. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.