Skrzetuski’s considerations on confederations were very general in nature whereas the author
of Prawo polityczne narodu polskiego is portrayed as their opponent. Within his, momentarily
very general, description of the history and ways of functioning confederation in the former
Republic, he shows his moderate views treating confederation as the necessary evil.
It is different in the case of liberum veto, which he criticises after Konarski, though also in
this case there is the lack of a directly expressed postulate of a total elimination of this institution.