I would feel as comfortable forcing a cake maker to bake me a cake as I would feel forcing a waitress who didn't like me to bring me an iced tea.
Where do you want to start? Ancient? Classical? Post-Classical? Or modern?
If i said my religion was to cover my body with cheese whizz and pray to my cat as he licks off the cheese whizz and I sacrifice him, can I get a plaque at the Statehouse?
John Locke, Mahatma Gandhi (Gandhian Economics and Political Theory is a great book written by him), the early anarchists of Russia, Spain, and France, or Carne Ross if we want to go modern.
They did no so such thing. They used British philosophy, via the Magna Carta, but also studied the failed regimes of history.
You don't think Russia would have been better off with the Mensheviks? Not that I'm arguing that imperial Russia wasn't a horrid backwards place pushed to the brink of collapse by the Great War .