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    Eldon J. Eisenach (1989). Self-Reform as Political Reform in the Writings of John Stuart Mill. Utilitas 1 (2):242.
    Students of Mill's political theory know that he was both a political reformer and a social philosopher. An important part of Mill's life involved political struggles over the electoral franchise and schemes of parliamentary representation, the legal and social emancipation of women, land law and economic policy, and freedom of speech and the press. When turning to his best known writings such as On Liberty, Considerations on Representative Government, Principles of Political Economy and The Subjection of Women, issues of reform (...)
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (1978). Bentham on Liberty. International Studies in Philosophy 10:240-240.
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  3. Eldon J. Eisenach (1982). Hobbes on Church, State and Religion. History of Political Thought 3 (2):215-243.
     
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (1978). Crime, Death and Loyalty in English Liberalism. Political Theory 6 (2):213-232.
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (2006). Can Liberalism Still Tell Powerful Stories? 1. The European Legacy 11 (1):47-71.
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (2007). Progressivism as a National Narrative in Biblical-Hegelian Time. Social Philosophy and Policy 24 (1):55-83.
    Progressive intellectuals at the turn of the last century founded the modern American university, created its disciplines and edited the journals that codified their thoughts. They created the ligaments of the national administrative and regulatory state; they helped legitimate the creation of a national financial and industrial corporate economy. Through the writings of Lyman Abbott, Albion Small, and Simon Patten, three features of progressive thought are underlined: the primacy of a narrative, their hostility to “principled” or abstract-philosophical forms of political (...)
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (2012). Some Second Thoughts on Progressivism and Rights. Social Philosophy and Policy 29 (2):196-219.
    After summarizing the ways in which Progressive intellectuals attacked individualist understandings of rights and mechanistic understandings of constitutional government, a series of second thoughts on this argument are pursued. The first centers on the ways in which progressivism differed from New Deal liberalism, especially regarding Progressive understandings of politics rest on a distinction between and derived from Tocqueville and Lincolnpublicprivate,” that serve the common good. The Civil War experience was their model, one which they first thought would be reincarnated in (...)
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    Eldon J. Eisenach (2003). Books in Review. Political Theory 31 (4):602-604.
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  9. Eldon J. Eisenach (2004). Books in Review. Political Theory 32 (4):589-592.
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  10. Eldon J. Eisenach (ed.) (1999). Mill and the Moral Character of Liberalism. Penn State University Press.
    Universally acknowledged for his role in the development of modern liberalism, John Stuart Mill has fallen out of favor with today’s moral and political philosophers who fail to read beyond his works _Utilitarianism_ and_ On Liberty_. This collection of essays seeks to reestablish Mill as an important thinker for our time by stressing the moral basis of liberal democracy in a wide range of his writings These essays examine the full range of Mill’s work—including letters, diaries, and speeches—to show that (...)
     
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  11. Eldon J. Eisenach (ed.) (2005). Mill and the Moral Character of Liberalism. Penn State University Press.
    Universally acknowledged for his role in the development of modern liberalism, John Stuart Mill has fallen out of favor with today’s moral and political philosophers who fail to read beyond his works _Utilitarianism_ and_ On Liberty_. This collection of essays seeks to reestablish Mill as an important thinker for our time by stressing the moral basis of liberal democracy in a wide range of his writings These essays examine the full range of Mill’s work—including letters, diaries, and speeches—to show that (...)
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