Alexis de Tocqueville: the Psychologist of Equality
In this paper, the author writes about Alexis de Tocqueville and his implication in the debate in the apparent tension between liberty and equality. Alexis de Tocqueville thinks that a new political science would no longer be necessary at all.
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