This book is an interpretation of Alexis de Tocqueville's moral and political thought and sheds new light on his ideas concerning the relationship between liberalism and democracy. This study is highly innovative as it portrays Tocqueville's liberalism as a synthesis between modern thought and Christian apology. Tocqueville remains an important figure sociology, politics, and philosophy, and the themes addressed in his work -- religion, the press, racism, the role of government -- are highly relevant today.This book discusses a wide range of Tocqueville's writings, including many that are unavailable or not readily available in English thus providing a new, much-needed understanding of the centrality of religion in Tocqueville's work.

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