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Religion and Public Doctrine in Modern England: Volume 2 by Maurice Cowling
1867: Disraeli, Gladstone and revolution: the passing of the second Reform Bill by Maurice Cowling1967
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity by James Fitzjames Stephen1967
The Conscience of the State in North America by Edward R. Norman1968
Idealism Politics and History: Sources of Hegelian Thought by George Armstrong Kelly1969
Men and Citizens: A Study of Rousseau's Social Theory by Judith N. Shklar1969
Two English republican tracts by Caroline Robbins1969
Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in a Capitalist Society by Bertell Ollman1971
The Impact of Labour 1920-1924: The Beginning of Modern British Politics (Cambridge Studies in the History and Theory of Politics) by Maurice Cowling1971
Hegel's Theory of the Modern State by Shlomo Avineri1972
Leibniz: Political Writings by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz1972
Lord Salisbury on Politics: A selection from his articles in the Quarterly Review, 1860-1883 by Robert Cecil Salisbury1972
Jean Bodin and the Rise of Absolutist Theory by Julian H. Franklin1973
Turgot on Progress, Sociology and Economics: A Philosophical Review of the Successive Advances of the Human Mind on Universal History Reflections on ... in the History and Theory of Politics) by Turgot1973
Regicide and Revolution: Speeches at the Trial of Louis XVI by Michael Walzer1974
The Social Problem in the Philosophy of Rousseau by John Charvet1974
Texts Concerning the Revolt of the Netherlands by E. H. Kossmann1974
The Impact of Hitler: British Politics and British Policy, 1933-1940 by Maurice Cowling1975
Freedom and Independence: A Study of the Political Ideas of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Mind by Judith N. Shklar1976
In the Anglo-Arab Labyrinth: The McMahon-Husayn Correspondence and its Interpretations 1914-1939 by Elie Kedourie1976
Social Science and the Ignoble Savage by Ronald L. Meek1976
The Liberal Mind 1914-1929 by Michael Bentley1977
Political philosophy and rhetoric : a study of the origins of American party politics by John. Zvesper1977
The Political Works of James Harrington by James Harrington1977
Revolution Principles: The Politics of Party 1689-1720 by J. P. Kenyon1977
Adam Smith's Politics: An Essay in Historiographic Revision (Cambridge Studies in the History and Theory of Politics) by Donald Winch1978
John Locke and the Theory of Sovereignty: Mixed Monarchy and the Right of Resistance in the Political Thought of the English Revolution by Julian H. Franklin1978
Selected Writings of August Cieszkowski by Andre Liebich1979
Religion and Public Doctrine in Modern England: Volume 1 by Maurice Cowling1980
The Tragedy of Enlightenment: An Essay on the Frankfurt School by Paul Connerton1980
Bentham and Bureaucracy by L. J. Hume1981
A critique of freedom and equality by John Charvet1981
The Christian Polity of John Calvin by Harro Höpfl1982
The Dynamics of Change: The Crisis of the 1750s and English Party Systems (Cambridge Studies in the History and Theory of Politics) by J. C. D. Clark1982
Nationalism, Positivism and Catholicism: The Politics of Charles Maurras and French Catholics 1890-1914 by Michael Sutton1982
English Society, 1660-1832: Religion, Ideology and Politics during the Ancien Régime by J. C. D. Clark1985
Democracy and Religion : Gladstone and the Liberal Party 1867-1875 by J. P. Parry1986
A Protestant Vision: William Harrison and the Reformation of Elizabethan England by G. J. R. Parry1987
Religion and Public Doctrine in Modern England: Volume 3, Accommodations by Maurice Cowling2001

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  1. The Social and Political Thought of Karl Marx by Shlomo Avineri (1968)
  2. Elements of the Philosophy of Right by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1952)
  3. Democratic Enlightenment: Philosophy, Revolution, and Human Rights, 1750-1790 by Jonathan Israel (2011)
  4. Sovereign Grace: The Place and Significance of Christian Freedom in John Calvin's Political Thought by William R. STEVENSON (1999)
  5. The German Dictatorship: The Origins, Structure and Effects of National Socialism by Karl Dietrich Bracher (1970)
  6. Revolution and Rebellion: State and Society in England in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries by J. C. D. Clark (1986)
  7. On Liberty, Society, and Politics: The Essential Essays of William Graham Sumner by William Graham Sumner (1992)
  8. The King's Trial: Louis XVI vs. the French Revolution by David P. Jordan (1979)
  9. The General Will Before Rousseau by Patrick Riley (1986)
  10. Karl Marx's Theory of History by G. A. Cohen (1808)
  11. The Whole Duty of Man, According to the Law of Nature by Samuel Pufendorf (1991)
  12. Bayle: Political Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Pierre Bayle (2000)
  13. Enlightenment and Action from Descartes to Kant: Passionate Thought by Michael Losonsky (2001)
  14. The Sinews of Power: War, Money and the English State, 1688-1783 by John Brewer (1989)
  15. On liberty and other writings by John Stuart Mill (1989)

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