Public weal

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Public weal may refer to:

  • Commonwealth, a form of government without a monarch in which people have governmental influence
  • Common good, the notion of high quality of life for people in general

See also[edit]

  • League of the Public Weal, a French feudal alliance in the 15th century
  • Mad War (or War of the Public Weal), a 15th-century conflict between feudal lords and the French monarchy