The Enduring Edmund Burke: Bicentennial Essays

The Enduring Edmund Burke: Bicentennial Essays

The Enduring Edmund Burke: Bicentennial Essays

The Enduring Edmund Burke: Bicentennial Essays

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My thanks go to all the contributors to this volume for their consideration and promptitude in the face of difficult deadlines, and for their encouragement and suggestions. The committee of the Edmund Burke Society has offered vital and unstinting support throughout the process of compilation, and I am particularly grateful to Jim McCue and Peter Tann, who have offered invaluable help with the editing and planning, and to Sir Peregrine Rhodes, the chairman of the Society's bicentennial committee. Any editorial weaknesses that remain are the consequence of my having failed to act upon their prudent advice. Christopher Lane, Christine Berry, W.-A. Burke-Miailhe and Michel Canavaggio rescued me from awkward bottle-necks, and I cannot pass over in silence those who patiently bore my editorial mood swings at close quarters over the year in which this project was developing: Karen and Jeremy Dyson -- and Zbigniew Volak, who gave so much support did not see the project completed.

For the sake of consistency I have used British spelling and punctuation throughout this volume.

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