Reflections of American Institutions from the American Commonwealth

By: Bryce, James; Commager, Henry Steele [editor]

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Good Condition: Unmarked. Moderate age toning. Tight binding. Moderate visible cover wear. Edges stained red lightly faded. Used vintage mass market paperback book copy of Reflections of American Institutions from the American Commonwealth by James Bryce. Selections with an introduction by Henry Steele Commager. A monumental study of American democracy by one of Britain's foremost ambassadors to the United States. Premier Americana T140. Greenwich CT: Fawcett, Inc., 1961. Fawcett World Library. 272 pages. 4.25 x 7 inches, 18 cm. 1st Viscount James Bryce (1838-1922) was a British academic, jurist, historian and left wing Liberal politician. In 1907 Bryce was appointed British Ambassador to the United States of America. As an author, Bryce became well known in America for his 1888 work, The American Commonwealth. During the last years of his life, he served at the International Court at The Hague, and supported the establishment of the League of Nations. Bryce strongly but unsuccessfully opposed women being allowed to vote. (source: Wikipedia)Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

Title: Reflections of American Institutions from the American Commonwealth

Author/Composer: Bryce, James; Commager, Henry Steele [editor]

Categories: Law & Government,

Publisher: Fawcett, Inc.: 1961

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 013254

Keywords: American Commonwealth, Premier Americana Series T140, Fawcett World Library, James Bryce, Henry Steele Commager, United States Civilication,