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  • The crime of aristocracy – Count Alexis de Tocqueville on american slavery (added: 2019-04-24) 

    Kaczor, Wojciech (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2010)
    "During his journey to the United States in 1831, the French count Alexis de Tocqueville encountered in Baltimore a slave so terrorized by his master that he had gone out of his mind and spent his days in lunacy, howling ...
  • Tocqueville and pantheism (added: 2019-04-29) 

    Delsol, Chantal (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2009)
    "The very short chapter on pantheism in De la Démocratie en Amérique [On democracy in America] is probably also one of the most profound, in the sense that it suggests one of the very mysterious aspects of the soul of ...
  • What Tocqueville Says to Liberals and Conservatives Today (added: 2019-05-21) 

    Mansfield, Harvey C.; Winthrop, Delba (Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2004)
    "Russell Baker once said that in our time people cite Tocqueville without reading him even more than they do the Bibie and Shakespeare. Every American president sińce Eisenhower has ąuoted him, no doubt without reading ...