La libertad y el gobierno.

Essay on liberty and government, divided into 13 books over three parts, with chapters on the French Revolution, the origin of liberty, liberty and the individual, liberty and the family, parliamentary freedom, the opposition, inexperience of freedom in 1789, the imperial government, the freedom of the press, liberty in history, romanticism, liberty in industry, and the individual conscience. With forewords by David Lewis, dated 6 June 1865, and Hippolyte Bosselet
Item Type: Book or pamphlet
Creators: Bosselet, Hippolyte
Date: 1866
Place of Publication: Buenos Aires
Publisher: Imp. de El Pueblo
Number of Pages: 66
Translation/Edition Details: Translated from the French by Juan C. Belgrano
Theme: Political Culture, Economic Policy, Development and Ideas
Country/Region: Latin America
Keywords: Liberty, Government Institutions, Government Administration, Revolution, Freedom of the Press, Imperialism, Industry, Romanticism
URI: http://liberalism-in-americas.org/id/eprint/256
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