The History of Freedom and Other Essays

The History of Freedom and Other Essays

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Formerly known as Lord Acton, John E.E. Dalberg Acton was one of the great historians of the Victorian period and one of the greatest classical historians of all time. His life's work was advancing the history of liberty though he was never able to complete his magnum opus. THE HISTORY OF FREEDOM AND OTHER ESSAYS consists of articles reprinted from various journals of his time. Acton's other works include Lectures on Modern History (1906) and Historical Essays and Studies (1907), which were brought to light after his death. JOHN E.E. DALBERG ACTON (1834-1902), English scholar and historian, was denied entrance into Cambridge University because of his Roman Catholicism; he traveled to Munich, where he studied with Fr. Johann Joseph Ignaz von Dllinger. In 1895, Acton was appointed Professor of Modern History at Cambridge where he was known for his lectures, his writings for periodicals, and his personal contacts with the leading historians of the era. His impressive personal library - consisting of more than 59, 000 volumes - was acquired by financier Andrew Carnegie and donated to Cambridge University.I will admit that the doctrine of Paine and Franklin and Samuel Adams, which the Pennsylvanian example and the authority of Turgot made so ... This scholar, distinguished not only as a, successful writer of history, which is said to be frequent, but as a trained and professed ... at the past ; if it were not for a strongly marked and personal philosophy of American history which looms 576 ESSAYS ON LIBERTY.

Title:The History of Freedom and Other Essays
Author: John Dalberg Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Baron
Publisher:Cosimo, Inc. - 2007-11-01

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