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International Relations Syllabus, Steven Alan Samson Oct 2000

International Relations Syllabus, Steven Alan Samson

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American Political Ideas: The Founders, Steven Alan Samson Apr 2000

American Political Ideas: The Founders, Steven Alan Samson

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The Frog And The Rabbit: A Fable, Steven Samson, John Samson Jan 2000

The Frog And The Rabbit: A Fable, Steven Samson, John Samson

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Readings On State-Instituted Education Compilation, Steven Alan Samson Jan 2000

Readings On State-Instituted Education Compilation, Steven Alan Samson

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Francis Lieber: Anglican And Gallican Liberty Reading And Study Guide, Steven Alan Samson Jan 2000

Francis Lieber: Anglican And Gallican Liberty Reading And Study Guide, Steven Alan Samson

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Francis Lieber, who later held the first formal political science chair in America (Columbia, 1858), contrasted the English and French contributions to civil liberty in an article he published in 1849, the year following the European revolutions of 1848. Four years later, Lieber extended his analysis and added a major section on American liberty in Of Civil Liberty and Self-Government (1853). More than a century afterwards, Friedrich A. Hayek, who won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1973, drew on Lieber's comparison of Anglican and Gallican Liberty in his treatise on political philosophy, The Constitution of Liberty (1960).


Francis Lieber: The Ancient And The Modern Teacher Of Politics: Reading And Study Guide, Steven Alan Samson Jan 2000

Francis Lieber: The Ancient And The Modern Teacher Of Politics: Reading And Study Guide, Steven Alan Samson

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