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Thoemmes Press. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 168 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.7in. x 0.6in.I am most impressed. I think that the introduction is admirably comprehensive, and very up-to-date in its range of reference. The detailed editing of extracts is not too instrusively explanatory (as this inhibits their use as teaching material) but in its provision of biographical and other notes is a model of its kind - Professor Christopher Harvie, author of The Lights of LiberalismThe five pieces reprinted here are part of the vibrant polemical literature of liberalism in the last four decades of the nineteenth century. They illustrate a creed whose adherents were acutely aware of its recent achievements and further potential in shaping British society and politics. The dynamic, highly reflective nature of British liberalism in this period is already familiar through substantial texts such as Mills Subjection of Women (1869) and Spencers The Man Versus the State (1884). However, many works on a smaller scale were also important in defining the contours of liberal thought when the political fortunes of liberalism were at their height. This volume represents a sample of such writings. It will be of interest to scholars and advanced undergraduates studying liberalism and English political thought and history. --illustrates the significant liberal debate that took place during this period through short articles rather than the well-known larger works like Stephens Liberty, Equality, Fraternity --includes two items never before reprinted --a good first entry point - these are short, accessible writings that were aimed at the educated general reader This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Thoemmes Press

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Hardcover. New. Hardcover. I am most impressed. I think that the introduction is admirably comprehensive, and very up-to-date in its range of reference. The detailed editing of extracts is not too instrusively explanatory (as this inhibits their use as teaching material) but in its provision of biographical and other notes is a model of its kind - Professor Christopher Harvie, author of The Lights of LiberalismThe five pieces reprinted here are part of the vibrant polemical literature of liberalism in the last four decades of the nineteenth century. They illustrate a creed whose adherents were acutely aware of its recent achievements and further potential in shaping British society and politics. The dynamic, highly reflective nature of British liberalism in this period is already familiar through substantial texts such as Mills Subjection of Women (1869) and Spencers The Man Versus the State (1884). However, many works on a smaller scale were also important in defining the contours of liberal thought when the political fortunes of liberalism were at their height. This volume represents a sample of such writings. It will be of interest to scholars and advanced undergraduates studying liberalism and English political thought and history. --illustrates the significant liberal debate that took place during this period through short articles rather than the well-known larger works like Stephens Liberty, Equality, Fraternity --includes two items never before reprinted --a good first entry point - these are short, accessible writings that were aimed at the educated general reader This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Liberalism, Democracy 'I am most impressed. I think that the introduction is admirably comprehensive, and very up-to-date in its range of reference. The detailed editing of extracts is not too instrusively explanatory (as this inhibits their use as teaching material) but in its provision of biographical and other notes is a model of its kind' - Professor Christopher Harvie, author of "The Lights of Liberalism The five pieces reprinted here are part of the vibrant polemical literature of liberalism in the last four decades of the nineteenth century. They illustrate a creed whose adherents were acutely aware of its recent achievements and further potential in shaping British society and politics. The dynamic, highly reflective nature of British liberalism in this period is already familiar through substantial texts such as Mill's "Subjection of Women (1869) and Spencer's "The Man Versus the State (1884). However, many works on a smaller scale were also important in defining the contours of liberal thought when the political fortunes of liberalism were at their height. This volume represents a sample of such writings. It will be of interest to scholars and advanced undergraduates studying liberalism and English political thought and history. --illustrates the significant liberal debate that took place during this period through short articles rather than the well-known larger works like Stephen's "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity --includes two items never before reprinted --a good first entry point - these are short, accessible writings that were aimed at the educated general reader Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-85506-534-5, Thoemmes Pr

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Liberalism, Democracy, and the State in Britain

'I am most impressed. I think that the introduction is admirably comprehensive, and very up-to-date in its range of reference. The detailed editing of extracts is not too instrusively explanatory (as this inhibits their use as teaching material) but in its provision of biographical and other notes is a model of its kind' - Professor Christopher Harvie, author of "The Lights of Liberalism The five pieces reprinted here are part of the vibrant polemical literature of liberalism in the last four decades of the nineteenth century. They illustrate a creed whose adherents were acutely aware of its recent achievements and further potential in shaping British society and politics. The dynamic, highly reflective nature of British liberalism in this period is already familiar through substantial texts such as Mill's "Subjection of Women (1869) and Spencer's "The Man Versus the State (1884). However, many works on a smaller scale were also important in defining the contours of liberal thought when the political fortunes of liberalism were at their height. This volume represents a sample of such writings. It will be of interest to scholars and advanced undergraduates studying liberalism and English political thought and history. --illustrates the significant liberal debate that took place during this period through short articles rather than the well-known larger works like Stephen's "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity --includes two items never before reprinted --a good first entry point - these are short, accessible writings that were aimed at the educated general reader

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781855065345
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1855065347
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1997
Publisher: THOEMMES PR
168 Pages
Weight: 0,304 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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