Edmund Burke - His Life and Legacy
Dublin, Four Courts Press. 1997, First Edition. (ISBN: 1851823069). Hard Cover, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. 221 pages. Portrait frontispiece. This collection of essays marks the bicentenary of the death of Edmund Burke and brings together the latest international perspectives and research on Burke's legacy from academics and politicians across two continents, acknowledging Burke's considerable legacy to Briish political thought. It focuses on the relationship between political philosophy and the practice of politics. Comprises: Introduction - Principles and Circumstances by Ian Crowe; Edmund Burke and British Views of the American Revolution by Peter J. Stanlis; Burke and India by P.J. Marshall; Rereading the French Revolution - Burke and the Paradoxes of History by Steven Blakemore; Burke's Irish Views and Writings by I.M. Cullen; Edmund Burke and the Conservative Party in the 19th Century by James Sack; The Influence of Burke's Writings in Post-Revolutionary France by Yves Chiron; Burke's Legacy in the Debate on Irish Affairs by Conor Cruise O'Brien; The Political Economy of Edmund Burke by Norman Barry; Edmund Burke's Philosophy of Rights by Joseph Pappin III; An Empire of Peoples - Burke, Government and National Character by Bruce Frohnen; The Relevance of Edmund Burke by Sir Robert Rhodes James; Edmund Burke and the Politicians by Michael Gove; Burke and the Cold War - Bourgeois Triumphalist or Cassandra by Mark Almond; Edmund Burke and the British Constitution by Jim McCue; Edmund Burke and New Labour by Lord Plant of Highfield; Edmund Burke and Modern Conservatism by John Redwood; Edmund Burke and Contemporary American Conservatism by Mark C. Henrie. A1E. Fine/Fine.
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Keywords: American Revolution, French Revolution, Conservative Party, British Constitution, American Conservatism, New Labour, Philosophy of Rights, Edmund Burke and Irish Affairs, Political Economy 1851823069