Democracy in America. Volume 1

Alexis de Tocqueville

Series: American Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL040000

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Democracy in America, written by French lawyer Alexis de Tocqueville in 1831, documents his travels through America where he finds an equality unknown in Europe. When Alexis de Tocqueville came to study Democracy in America, the trial of nearly a half-century of the working of our system had been made, and it had been proved, by many crucial tests, to be a government of “liberty regulated by law,” with such results in the development of strength, in population, wealth, and military and commercial power, as no age had ever witnessed. Democracy in America was received at once by the scholars and thinkers of Europe as a profound, impartial, and entertaining exposition of the principles of popular, representative self-government. This book continues to be as important today as when it was first written.
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Special Introduction By Hon. John T. Morgan
Special Introduction By Hon. John J. Ingalls
Introduction
Part One:
Chapter I: Exterior Form Of North America
Chapter II: Origin Of The Anglo-Americans
Chapter III: Social Conditions Of The Anglo-Americans
Chapter IV: The Principle Of The Sovereignty Of The People In America
Chapter V: Necessity Of Examining The Condition Of The States
Chapter VI: Judicial Power In The United States
Chapter VII: Political Jurisdiction In The United States
Chapter VIII: The Federal Constitution
Chapter IX: Why The People May Strictly Be Said To Govern In The United
Chapter X: Parties In The United States
Chapter XI: Liberty Of The Press In The United States
Chapter XII: Political Associations In The United States
Chapter XIII: Government Of The Democracy In America
Chapter XIV: Advantages American Society Derive From Democracy
Chapter XV: Unlimited Power Of Majority, And Its Consequences
Chapter XVI: Causes Mitigating Tyranny In The United States
Chapter XVII: Principal Causes Maintaining The Democratic Republic
Chapter XVIII: Future Condition Of Three Races In The United States
Conclusion

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