A short introduction of five works of John Stuart Mill

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Clear, concise and authoritative, Professor Stafford summarises and discusses five key works of one of England's greatest nineteenth-century thinkers: Mill's autobiography, Considerations on representative government, On liberty, The subjection of women and utilitarianism. Every year students of a variety of disciplines, political thought, history, literature, must rapidly acquire a basic understanding of some of Mill's principal ideas, their historical importance and continuing significance. This original work will be an invaluable companion
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