Rousseau clearly proves here that the legislator cannot count either on force or persuasion. How does he solve this problem? By deception.
Monopoly is constructed in such a way that it renders immobile everything it touches.
There are only two ways of acquiring the things that are necessary for the preservation, improvement, and betterment of life: PRODUCTION and PLUNDER.
The meaning of three or four words is altered, strained, and degraded, and this says it all.