By R J Halliday, R. J. Halliday
First released in 1976, this quantity bargains an important new interpretation of Mill's political inspiration, Mill's ambivalent perspective to democracy is punctiliously tested. the consequences for contemporary democracy of Mill's perspectives on consensus and management, paperwork and participation, equality and liberty emerge from a deep figuring out of Mill's position in nineteenth century principles.
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