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Readership: Second and third year undergraduates studying politics, philosophy, sociology, or history degrees, and also scholars of Tocqueville. The book will be particularly useful for students doing the above degrees who are taking options in political theory, political philosophy, the science of society, or the history of ideas. Courses under one of these names are to be found on virtually all degree courses in politics, philosophy, sociology, or history either in this country or in the United States.
Cheryl Welch, Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Simmons College, Boston
""This introduction should become the second best thing to reading Tocqueville himself" Contemporary Review, April 2001"
1: Tocqueville in his time
2: The shape of democracy itself
3: The natural destiny of a people
4: The secrets of the heart
5: Tocqueville in our time