Revolutionary Values for a New Millennium: John Adams, Adam Smith, and Social Virtue

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Lexington Books, 2000 - 233 pages
In his study, Hill challenges common interpretations of the political thought of Adams and Smith, providing scholars and students with an engaging and novel portrait of social and political theory in America, at its founding and at the inception of the twenty-first century.

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Revolutionary Values
Virtues for Democratic Citizens
Individuality within Communities

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