Democracy in America

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In 19th-century Europe, two political commentators stood head and shoulders above all the others for their historical acumen, their sensitivity to impending changes and revolutions, the coherence of their philosophy, their sense of destiny and their far-sightedness. Both were equally famous - revered and scorned in equal measure. But one - Karl Marx - went on to dominate and crucify the 20th century, while de Tocqueville sank into the backwaters. This book by de Tocqueville is a classic of political analysis and a ...

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mgreenblatt

Apr 26, 2007

Democracy in America

A classic. Particularly helpful in seeing how much America has changed.

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