“The Bradley edition of Tocqueville’s classic is the best now available in English.” –Charles A. Beard
“Professor Bradley’s edition should remain the standard one for our time.” –F. O. Matthiessen
With an Introduction by Alan Ryan
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Page 110: "There are European nations where the inhabitant sees himself as a kind of settler, indifferent to the fate of the places he inhabits. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cabin Dweller
I gave this book to a young friend from Germany who is spending a year in America. Tocqueville loved the people he met and their unique understanding of Democracy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BOBONEWSOM
this book should be REQUIERED reading for any senior high school studentPublished 3 months ago by Daniel J Hudick
Long book but Tocqueville had his hand on the pulse on the American mindset following the revolution.Published 3 months ago by R L C
Parts of this book were assigned to us a part of the course load, but it was so interesting that I read the whole book. Nice edition tooPublished 5 months ago by Joseph