Democracy and Its Critics: Anglo-American Democratic Thought in the Nineteenth Century

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Unwin Hyman, 1989 M01 1 - 232 páginas
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Professor Jon Roper studied for a BA honors degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at St Catherine's College, Oxford, and for a doctorate at Georgetown University, Washington, before becoming a lecturer in the Department of Political Theory and Government at Swansea University. In 1996 he was made head of the Department for American Studies and was appointed professor of the department in 2005. He has a special interest in the American presidency, the impact of war on American politics, and society and Anglo-American political ideas. Dr Roper is the author of The Contours of American Politics (Polity Press), The American Presidents: Heroic Leadership from Kennedy to Clinton (Edinburgh University Press) and Democracy and Its Critics: Anglo-American Democratic Thought in the Nineteenth Century (Unwin Hyman). He has edited several books on American political history and contributed to many others.

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