Tocqueville's Political Economy

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ILLUSTRATIONS

FIGURES
Frontispiece Portrait of Tocqueville (engraving)ii
FIGURE 1.1. Street Scene in New York, 18318
FIGURE 1.2. The Watch—An Early Mass-Consumption Item20
FIGURE 1.3. The New York Harbor, 183125
FIGURE 2.1. The Effect of Isolation in the Eastern State     Penitentiary62
FIGURE 2.2. The New Town of Economy, Pennsylvania64
FIGURE 3.1. Stock Certificate from the Michigan Central     Railroad Company, 185979
FIGURE 3.2. Portrait of John Stuart Mill94
FIGURE 4.1. Excerpt from Tocqueville's Interviews with Prisoners112
FIGURE 4.2. Tocqueville on the Costs of U.S. Prisons115
FIGURE 5.1. A Cotton Factory in Manchester, 1835132
FIGURE 5.2. Trinity College, Dublin135
FIGURE 6.1. Learning to Swim in Theory, Not in Practice149
FIGURE 6.2. The Chamber of Deputies, 1841161
FIGURE 6.3. Tocqueville and The Economist168
FIGURE 7.1. French Soldier in Algeria, 1843185
FIGURE 7.2. Algiers on Tocqueville's Arrival in 1841187
FIGURE 7.3. A French Model Farm in Algeria, 1840s190
FIGURE 7.4. Algerian Rebel Soldier, 1843197
FIGURE 8.1. Benjamin Franklin Flying a Kite217
FIGURE 9.1. Sorrento in the 1860s223
FIGURE 9.2. Rue de Rivoli232
FIGURE 10.1. Turgot261
FIGURE 10.2. An Assignat269
FIGURE 11.1. Kite from a Seventeenth-Century Engraving283

TABLES
Table 2.1. Economic Growth in the United States during     Tocqueville's Visit (Part I)70
TABLE 2.2. Economic Growth in the United States during     Tocqueville's Visit (Part II)71

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