TOCQUEVILLE AND HIS AMERICA: A Darker Horizon
Offers an original combination of biography, character study, and wide-ranging analysis of Tocqueville's Democracy in America, bringing new light to that classic work. Kaledin examines Tocqueville's inner life and the meaning of his writings, leading to a new understanding of his view of democratic culture.
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