“The cases for liberty, equality, and the dignity of the common man ... have rarely been stated with greater clarity and convincing moderation than in the present book.” --Nation “As a historian and analyst of ideas, Professor Lippencott examines the work of three Victorian ‘prophets,’ Carlyle, Rushkin, and Arnold, and of three ‘technical writers,’ James Stephen, Maine, and Lecky. As a defender of political and economic democracy, he undertakes a timely reply to [their] attacks upon the democratic ideal.” --Philosophical Review
Subjects: Political Science
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