The Predictions of Hamilton and Tocqueville
A short essay in which the great English observer of American politics evaluates the predictions of Hamilton and Tocqueville about the course of American democracy.
The Predictions of Hamilton and Tocqueville. John Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ed. Herbert B. Adams. 5th Series, no. IX (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1887).
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Table of Contents
- THE PREDICTIONS OF HAMILTON AND DE TOCQUEVILLE.
- I.: The Ideas and Predictions of 1788.
- II.: De Tocqueville and his Book.
- III.: De Tocqueville’s View of the United States.
- IV.: De Tocqueville’s Impressions.
- V.: Examination of De Tocqueville’s Views and Predictions.