Power Tends to Corrupt: Lord Acton's Study of Liberty

Northern Illinois University Press (2012)
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Introduction -- Acton's life and mission -- Part I. The foundation of liberty -- Part II. Anglo-American liberty -- Part III. The liberty of revolutionary dreams -- Part IV. Civic versus civil liberty.
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