Physics and Politics

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Echo Library, Jun 30, 2005 - Fiction - 100 pages
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A brilliant essay in social psychology and one of the great short masterpieces of 19th-century thought, Physics and Politics defines with grim humor the conditions of stability and social progress. We go to Bagehot for something that seems very difficult to convey accurately through mere definition or single examples--the true character of political man. --Jacques Barzun. With an Introduction and Notes by Roger Kimball.

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Bagehot, a victorian journalist, economist, and historian, was one of the most lucid and discerning critics of his time.

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