Tocqueville's Political Economy

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INDEX
Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, 83–84, 159, 226–27, 327n37, 329n27
African Americans, 10, 43–49
agriculture, 12, 45, 51–52, 165, 174–75, 188–91, 277
Algeria, 182–97
Ampère, Jean-Jacques, 221–23
analytic thought, 273–74
l'Ancien régime et la révolution. See Tocqueville, Alexis de. WORKS BY: The Old Regime and the Revolution
Arendt, Hannah, 286n10, 296n71
aristocracy, 14–16, 18–19, 37, 45, 46, 50– 51, 241–42, 244, 255–56. See also manufacturing aristocracy
Aristotle, 33–34, 228, 286n10
Aron, Raymond, 15, 201, 219, 315n3, 316n29
association, 26–28, 35, 142–44, 278, 291n79
bankruptcy, 33, 288n19
Barrot, Odilon, 163–65, 214
Bastiat, Frédéric, 46
Baudeau, Nicolas, 81
Beaumont, Gustave, 7, 56–61, 76–77, 101, 111, 113, 114, 117, 127–31, 134, 282, 295n35, 297n73, 308n4. See also Tocqueville, Alexis de. WORKS BY: On the Penitentiary System in the United. States and Its Application in France (with Gustave de Beaumont)
Beecher, Catherine, 41–42, 294n13
Benoît, Jean-Louis, 285n3
Bentham, Jeremy, 93
Birmingham, 129–30
Blanc, Louis, 169
Blanqui, Adolphe, 80, 209–10
Bourdieu, Pierre, 32
bourgeoisie. See capitalists; middle class
Bowen, Francis, 299n113
Braudel, Fernand, 75
Brogan, Hugh, 305n56, 306n79
Buchez, Philippe, 143
Bugeaud, Marshal Thomas Robert, 186, 188, 191, 193
Bush, George W., 316n33
business cycle. See economic crises
cahiers de doléance (grievance books), 240, 250–51
Canada, 293n2
capitalists, 65–68, 152–54, 257. See also manufacturing aristocracy
Carey, H. C., 302n33
caste, 127, 180, 181, 242, 248
causality. See Tocqueville, Alexis de. RESEARCH BY: causality
Cavour, Camille di, 140
centralization, 31, 240, 253, 261
Cherbourg, 136–37, 144, 152–54
Chevalier, Michel, 81, 100, 101, 303n36
children, abandoned, 154–57
China, 182, 323n29
civilization, 52–53, 120
class, 12–13, 127–28, 169–70, 204–5, 207, 241–42, 253–58, 265, 277–78, 289n28. See also aristocracy; capitalists; caste; middle class
centralization, 31, 240, 253, 261
colonies. See Algeria; French colonies
comfort, 19, 278, 286n9, 290n47
Commerce, Le, 165–66, 171, 321n60
commerce, 13, 21–24, 279, 290n47. See also free trade
comparisons. See Tocqueville, Alexis de. RESEARCH BY: comparisons
Comte, Auguste, 96, 97, 101, 121, 122, 307n98
Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat, 121
Conrad, Joseph, 195, 325n63
consumption, 19–21
contract, 31–33
courage, economic 24, 76, 263. See also heroism of trading
Cousin, Victor, 120
Cuvier, Georges, 103, 241

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