Tocqueville


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Tocqueville

Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Clérel de . 1805--59, French politician and political writer. His chief works are De la Démocratie en Amérique (1835--40) and L'Ancien régime et la révolution (1856)
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(16) Although this further enlarged inequality, Tocqueville considered it less deplorable than his contemporary industrial society.
No other nation enjoyed so wide an array of freedoms as the U.S., but what was striking to Tocqueville was that Americans appeared never to abuse their freedom.
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Tocqueville similarly confirms many intuitions that McCloskey expresses.
James Poulos seems to have sought a similar outcome with Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America, but his subject is more daunting.
In many ways, the Puritans were democrats who kept the "spirit of liberty" and "the spirit of religion" together, as Tocqueville famously insisted.
Tocqueville is not enamoured of Paine's interpretation of democracy as transparent.
De Tocqueville identified another source of restraint in the U.S.