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Tocqueville and states
In this book, de Tocqueville develops his main theory about the French revolution, the theory of continuity, in which he states that even though the French tried to disassociate themselves from the past and from the autocratic old regime, they eventually reverted to a powerful central government.

Tocqueville and were
The concept that underlies social capital has a much longer history ; thinkers exploring the relation between associational life and democracy were using similar concepts regularly by the 19th century, drawing on the work of earlier writers such as James Madison ( The Federalist Papers ) and Alexis de Tocqueville ( Democracy in America ) to integrate concepts of social cohesion and connectedness into the pluralist tradition in American political science.
In 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont were sent by the French government to study the American prison system.
Tocqueville considered the separate spheres of women and men a positive development, stating: " As for myself, I do not hesitate to avow that although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is in some respects one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen women occupying a loftier position ; and if I were asked, (...) to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply ,— to the superiority of their women.
Although Tocqueville emphasized the egalitarian nature of early 19th century America, Bryce was dismayed to find vast inequality a half-century later, stating " Sixty years ago, there were no great fortunes in America, few large fortunes, no poverty.
During the same period, Caragiale had the initiative to publish short fragments he had translated from classical pieces, leaving readers to guess who their authors were — Vianu, citing the speculations made by other critics, presumed that these were writers admired by both Caragiale and his friend, the schoolteacher Anghel Demetrescu ( Thomas Carlyle, Alexis de Tocqueville, Thomas Babington Macaulay, François Guizot and Augustin Thierry ).
Its later proponents ( such as Tocqueville, Constant, Montesquieu, John Locke, David Hume and John Stuart Mill, who accepted Chrysippus ' understanding of self-determination ) insisted that constraint and discipline were the antithesis of liberty and so were ( and are ) less prone to confusing liberty and constraint in the manner of rationalists and the philosophical harbingers of totalitarianism.

Tocqueville and appointed
In Barrot's second government, he was replaced by Alexis de Tocqueville, and was appointed ambassador to London.

Tocqueville and by
He was involved in 1994 as writer and reviewer of a report on the issue by the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, where he was a senior fellow.
The notion of a distinctive religious basis for American democracy and culture was first described and popularized by Alexis de Tocqueville in the 1840s, in his influential book, Democracy in America.
" During this time Houston was interviewed by the author Alexis de Tocqueville, who was traveling in the United States and its territories.
Fishkin cites extensive empirical support for the increase in public spiritedness that is often caused by participation in deliberation, and says theoretical support can be traced back to foundational democratic thinkers such as John Stuart Mill and Alexis de Tocqueville.
De la démocratie en Amérique ( ; published in two volumes, the first in 1835 and the second in 1840 ) is a classic French text by Alexis de Tocqueville.
Tocqueville begins his book by describing the change in social conditions taking place.
Tocqueville begins his study of America by explaining the contribution of the Puritans.
This new way of thinking about civil society was followed by Alexis de Tocqueville and Karl Marx as well.
Philosopher Douglas Kellner traces the identification of American exceptionalism as a distinct phenomenon back to 19th century French observer Alexis de Tocqueville, who concluded by agreeing that the U. S., uniquely, was " proceeding along a path to which no limit can be perceived.
The phrase gained prominence after its appearance in 1835 in Democracy in America, by Alexis de Tocqueville, where it is the title of a section.
It was further popularised by John Stuart Mill, who cites de Tocqueville, in On Liberty ( 1859 ).
* Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville, introduction by Daniel Coit Gilman, New York, 1898
Influenced by Alexis de Tocqueville and Augustin Cochin, Furet argues that Frenchmen must stop seeing the revolution as the key to all aspects of modern French history.
Custine was later dubbed by some historians " the de Tocqueville of Russia ".
He was given the Tocqueville Award by the French government in 1995.
Because of this confusion, legal threats and public relations campaigns apparently directed against the kernel, such as those launched by the SCO Group or the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution ( AdTI ), have been misinterpreted by many commentators who assume that the whole operating system is being targeted.
He was responsible for many extremely perceptive and well-executed English translations of major French and Dutch literary works, including works by Émile Zola, Maurice Maeterlinck, Alexis de Tocqueville, Jean Henri Fabre, Maurice Leblanc, Gaston Leroux, François René, vicomte de Chateaubriand, and Louis Couperus.
After Frank Knight protested against naming the group after two “ Roman Catholic aristocrats ” and Ludwig von Mises expressed concern that the mistakes made by Acton and Tocqueville would be connected with the society, the name of the Swiss resort where it convened was used instead.
* de Tocqueville, Alexis ( 1835, 1840 ), Democracy in America: the Henry Reeve text as revised by Francis Bowen, now further corrected and edited with introduction, editorial notes, and bibliography by Phillips Bradley, ( Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, 1945 ), Chapter V: Spirit of the townships of New England.
Thus, Marc Antoine Baudott considered that French temperament inclined rather to equality than liberty, a theme which would be re-used by Pierre Louis Roederer and Alexis de Tocqueville, while Jacques Necker considered that an equal society could only be found on coercion.

Tocqueville and former
His contacts there included Alexis de Tocqueville, poet Alphonse de Lamartine, former French Prime Minister François Guizot, Ivan Turgenev, and Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Kenneth P. Brown, Jr. is an American lobbyist and author, and the former president of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution ( AdTI ), a think tank based in Arlington, Virginia.

Tocqueville and minister
He struck up a friendship and had voluminous correspondence with Alexis de Tocqueville, who brought him into the foreign ministry while he was foreign minister during the Second Republic.

Tocqueville and from
In the second chapter, de Tocqueville describes America's unique religious heritage from the Puritans.
In May 2004, Kenneth Brown of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution made the accusation that major parts of the Linux kernel had been copied from the MINIX codebase, in a book called Samizdat.
The concept originates from Alexis de Tocqueville, who asserted that the then-50-year-old United States held a special place among nations because it was a country of immigrants and the first modern democracy.
De Tocqueville wrote in his Democracy in America ( 1835 ) that " The absence in the United States of those vast accumulations of wealth which favor the expenditures of large sums on articles of mere luxury ... impact to the productions of American industry a character distinct from that of other countries ' industries.
* Tocqueville in Flint – Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
* Tocqueville in Stockbridge-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
Marie-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
* Tocqueville in Mackinac Island-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
* Tocqueville in Pontiac-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
* Tocqueville in Fort Brewerton-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
Like Alexis de Tocqueville, Santayana observed American culture and character from a foreigner's point of view.
Tocqueville traced the development of equality to a number of factors, such as granting all men permission to enter the clergy, widespread economic opportunity resulting from the growth of trade and commerce, the royal sale of titles of nobility as a monarchical fundraising tool, and the abolition of primogeniture.
Noting the rise of the industrial sector in the American economy, Tocqueville, some scholars have argued, also correctly predicted that an industrial aristocracy would rise from the ownership of labor.
( However, Tocqueville believed that an industrial aristocracy would differ from the formal aristocracy of the past.
* Tocqueville in Wethersfield-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour
* Tocqueville in Batavia-Segment from C-SPAN's Alexis de Tocqueville Tour

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