New. 238 pp. Farkas, a Hungarian nobleman, played an influential role in bringing to the decadent Habsburg Empire the ideal of republicanism that he encountered in Jacksonian America. This classic work documents how in America civic consciousness created a social and public order based on government by law rather than government by despotic men.
ISBN 0874362709. Hardback. No statement of later printing on copyright page. No dustjacket; bound in pictorial boards. Very Good condition copy with author's inscription (" To W******L*****, in friendship and share of ideals contained here") on first endpaper; slight wear to corners; minor wear to edges: back outer edge has 1/2" ding where the cloth is worn through; otherwise tight, sound and unmarked.
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