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|Vol. 1, Introduction–Part 1, Chapter 1||Alexis de Tocqueville begins Democracy in America by focusing on what he identifies as his central impression during h... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 1, Chapters 2–4||A key premise at the outset of this section is Alexis de Tocqueville's assumption that people always feel the effects ... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 1, Chapters 5–7||At the beginning of this chapter, Alexis de Tocqueville lays out his plan for the analysis of American government in p... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 1, Chapter 8||Alexis de Tocqueville points out that the year 1789 was a fateful turning point for both America and France, for in th... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 2, Chapters 1–4||In Part 2 of Volume 1, Alexis de Tocqueville proposes to analyze the American people, as opposed to their written laws... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 2, Chapters 5–6||Alexis de Tocqueville begins this chapter with some enigmatic remarks about universal suffrage, commenting that such a... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 2, Chapters 7–8||Despite his admiration for American equality of political and social conditions and his general approval of democratic... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 2, Chapter 9||In this section, Tocqueville interweaves a number of important themes. He reiterates that, in maintaining a democratic... Read More|
|Vol. 1, Part 2, Chapter 10||Tocqueville devotes the final chapter in Volume 1 of Democracy in America to an extensive series of observations of Na... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Notice–Part 1, Chapter 10||In his brief introduction to Volume 2, Alexis de Tocqueville stresses the complexity of his subject and cautions reade... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 1, Chapters 11–21||Artisans in democratic countries, claims Alexis de Tocqueville, are necessarily sensitive to commercial considerations... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 2, Chapters 1–10||Tocqueville's main point in this section is that political freedom requires sacrifices, whereas the pleasures of equal... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 2, Chapters 11–20||As is often found in Democracy in America, the framework of this chapter features a contrast between aristocracy and d... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 3, Chapters 1–10||Tocqueville regards equal social conditions and mildness of mores as correlative facts. He supports this claim with an... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 3, Chapters 11–18||In this chapter, Tocqueville tackles the sensitive topic of marital fidelity, as well as other issues that reflect on ... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 3, Chapters 19–26||In this chapter, Tocqueville undertakes what is essentially a psychological analysis. While he acknowledges that every... Read More|
|Vol. 2, Part 4, Chapters 1–8||Equality gives men the taste for independence and alienates them from authority. Nevertheless, Alexis de Tocqueville d... Read More|