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作       者:AlexisdeTocqueville

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出版时间:2011-01-01

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Book One

Special Introduction By Hon.John T.Morgan

Special Introduction By Hon.John J.Ingalls

Introductory Chapter

Chapter 1 Exterior Form Of North America

Chapter 2 Origin Of The Anglo-Americans,And Its Importance In Relation To Their Future Condition.

Chapter 3 The Striking Characteristic Of The Social Condition Of The Anglo-Americans In Its Essential Democracy.

Chapter 4 The Principle Of The Sovereignty Of The People In America

Chapter 5 Necessity Of Examining The Condition Of The States Before That Of The Union At Large.

Chapter 6 Judicial Power In The United States And Its Influence On Political Society.

Chapter 7 Political Jurisdiction In The United States

Chapter 8 The Federal Constitution

Chapter 9 Why The People May Strictly Be Said To Govern In The United States

Chapter 10 Parties In The United States

Chapter 11 Liberty Of The Press In The United States

Chapter 12 Political Associations In The United States

Chapter 13 Government Of The Democracy In America

Chapter 14 What The Real Advantages Are Which American Society Derives From The Government Of The Democracy

Chapter 15 Unlimited Power Of The Majority In The United States,And Its Consequences

Chapter 16 Causes Mitigating Tyranny In The United States

Chapter 17 Principal Causes Which Tend To Maintain The Democratic Republic In The United States

Chapter 18 The Present And Probable Future Condition Of The Three Races Which Inhabit The Territory Of The United States

Book Two:Influence Of Democracy On Progress Of Opinion In the United States.

Section 1 Influence of Democracy on the Action of Intellect in The United States.

Section 2 Influence of Democracy on the Feelings of Americans

Book Three:Influence Of Democracy On Manners,Properly So Called

Chapter 1 That Manners Are Softened As Social Conditions Become More Equal

Chapter 2 That Democracy Renders The Habitual Intercourse Of The Americans Simple And Easy

Chapter 3 Why The Americans Show So Little Sensitiveness In Their Own Country,And Are So Sensitive In Europe

Chapter 4 Consequences Of The Three Preceding Chapters

Chapter 5 How Democracy Affects the Relation Of Masters And Servants

Chapter 6 That Democratic Institutions And Manners Tend To Raise Rents And Shorten The Terms Of Leases

Chapter 7 Influence Of Democracy On Wages

Chapter 8 Influence Of Democracy On Kindred

Chapter 9 Education Of Young Women In The United States

Chapter 10 The Young Woman In The Character Of A Wife

Chapter 11 That The Equality Of Conditions Contributes To The Maintenance Of Good Morals In America

Chapter 12 How The Americans Understand The Equality Of The Sexes

Chapter 13 That The Principle Of Equality Naturally Divides The Americans Into A Number Of Small Private Circles

Chapter 14 Some Reflections On American Manners

Chapter 15 Of The Gravity Of The Americans,And Why It Does Not Prevent Them From Often Committing Inconsiderate Actions

Chapter 16 Why The National Vanity Of The Americans Is More Restless And Captious Than That Of The English

Chapter 17 That The Aspect Of Society In The United States Is At Once Excited And Monotonous

Chapter 18 Of Honor In The United States And In Democratic Communities

Chapter 19 Why So Many Ambitious Men And So Little Lofty Ambition Are To Be Found In The United States

Chapter 20 The Trade Of Place-Hunting In Certain Democratic Countries

Chapter 21 Why Great Revolutions Will Become More Rare

Chapter 22 Why Democratic Nations Are Naturally Desirous Of Peace,And Democratic Armies Of War

Chapter 23 Which Is The Most Warlike And Most Revolutionary Class In Democratic Armies?

Chapter 24 Causes Which Render Democratic Armies Weaker Than Other Armies At The Outset Of A Campaign,And More Formidable In Protracted Warfare

Chapter 25 Of Discipline In Democratic Armies

Chapter 26 Some Considerations On War In Democratic Communities

Book Four:Influence Of Democratic Opinions On Political Society

Chapter 1 That Equality Naturally Gives Men A Taste For Free Institutions

Chapter 2 That The Notions Of Democratic Nations On Government Are Naturally Favorable To The Concentration Of Power

Chapter 3 That The Sentiments Of Democratic Nations Accord With Their Opinions In Leading Them To Concentrate Political Power

Chapter 4 Of Certain Peculiar And Accidental Causes Which Either Lead A People To Complete Centralization Of Government,Or Which Divert Them From It

Chapter 5 That Amongst The European Nations Of Our Time The Power Of Governments Is Increasing,Although The Persons Who Govern Are Less Stable

Chapter 6 What Sort Of Despotism Democratic Nations Have To Fear

Chapter 7 Continuation Of The Preceding Chapters

Chapter 8 General Survey Of The Subject

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