This is the perfect introductory book for those who can't be bothered to study in depth the massive, and (often) dull political philosophy classics by Penguin editions (you know, the ones with the terrible paper quality and undersized letters that you need a magnifying lens to read).
Professor Wolff has done that for you, and decided to offer one of the simplest (and shortest) introductions to political philosophy. Designed (I believe) principally for Philosophy undergraduates, this book positions ideas such as anarchy, the state, democracy, liberty, property and freedom into political philosophy scrutiny, and analyses their descendance, logic and evolution with lots of clever examples, arguments and counter-arguments.
This book is a thoroughly enjoyable experience and a very comprehensible introduction into the main concepts of political philosophy.
Strongly suggested to those interested in familiarising themselves with political philosophy and to those who... want to make their arguments, in politics chat, slightly deeper and worthy of discussion!