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By Mitchell, L. G.
Charles James Fox, notorious for the excesses of his private life, was also one of the leading politicians of his generation, dominating the Whig party and polite society. This study reveals the man and his mind, and sets Fox firmly within the political and social context of the ...
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Volume editor Sutherland, L. S.; Mitchell, L. G.
Shows a contrasting picture of eighteenth-century Oxford to that presented by Edward Gibbon in his Autobiography . Attention is given to the University's role in national politics, its social and administrative structure, and its relationship with the Church, as well as a range o ...
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By Burke, Edmund; Volume editor Mitchell, L. G.; Edited by Langford, Paul
This, the first edition of Burke's famous Reflections on the Revolution in France to appear for 20 years, shows that the issues raised by the most influential commentaries on that Revolution have yet to be resolved.
By Burke, Edmund; Edited by Mitchell, L. G.
Edmund Burke was the dominant political thinker of the last quarter of the eighteenth century in England. His reputation depends less on his role as a practising politician than on his ability to set contemporary problems within a wider context of political theory. Above all, he ...
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