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Walter Bagehot: a study of his life and thought

Walter Bagehot

Walter Bagehot: a study of his life and thought

together with a selection from his political writings

by Walter Bagehot

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Bagehot, Walter, 1826-1877.,
    • Great Britain -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Statementby Norman St. John-Stevas.
      ContributionsSt. John-Stevas, Norman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJN113 .B3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 485 p.
      Number of Pages485
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6266308M
      LC Control Number59001446
      OCLC/WorldCa1049983

      One measure of Bagehot's high standing at the historical moment when Young proclaimed him "The Greatest Victorian" is that William Irvine's Walter Bagehot, a page, rigorous study of Bagehot's life and work that is not likely ever to be completely superseded, was reviewed in The New York Times Book Review, the London Sunday Times, the. The Case of Walter Bagehot. London: Faber and Faber Ltd. Stevas, Norman (). Walter Bagehot a Study of His Life and Thought. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Sullivan, Harry R. (). Walter Bagehot. Boston: Twayne Publishers. "Bagehot, Walter", A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, – via Wikisource "Bagehot.

      Norman St John-Stevas: lt;p|>||||| | | | |||The Right Honourable||||The Lord St John of Fawsley||||PC| |FRSL|| || | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the. Walter Bagehot: a study of his life and thought, together with a selection from his political writings / by: Bagehot, Walter, Published: () Pax Britannica: ruling the waves and keeping the peace before armageddon / by: Gough, Barry M. Published: ().

      Now that I am reading it for the second time, I noticed Walter Bagehot's classic mentioned approvingly. My motivation for reading this book was a rereading of A History of the Federal Reserve, Volume 1: , especially chapter two, dealing with monetary theory in the 18th and 19th centuries/5. THE “LIFE 1 of Milton,” by Professor Masson, is a difficulty for the critics. It is very laborious, very learned, and in the main, we believe, very accurate; it is exceedingly long,—there are pages in this volume, and there are to be two volumes more; it touches on very many subjects, and each of these has been investigated to the very best of the author’s ability.


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Walter Bagehot; a study of his life and thought, together with a selection from his political writings. Bagehot thought so deeply that William Gladstone and other leading politicians and intellectuals of the day frequently sought his views.

This book is not a straight narrative of Bagehot’s life. Grant devotes a good number of pages to describe points of political philosophy to explain the political debates Bagehot was engaged in during the period/5(13).

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Volume 3, pages – in Leslie Stephen, Studies of a Biographer. New York: Putnam. Wilson, Woodrow () A Literary Politician. Walter Bagehot, (born February 3,Langport, Somerset, England—died MaLangport), economist, political analyst, and editor of The Economist who was one of the most influential journalists of the mid-Victorian period.

His father’s family had been general merchants for several generations, while his maternal uncle Vincent Stuckey was the head of the largest bank in the.

His first biographer — his sister-in-law Mrs Russell Barrington — conjectures in her Life of Walter Bagehot () that Bagehot would have returned to literature in his later years, but it is upon the output of The Economist years up to his early demise that his reputation largely rests.

Just as the rhythm of those later works can be traced. “Walter Bagehot: A Study of His Life and Thought, Together with a Selection from His Political Writings”, London: Eyre & Spottiswoode 11 Copy quote The most melancholy of human reflections, perhaps, is that, on the whole, it is a question whether the benevolence of mankind does most good or harm.

WALTER BAGEHOT ( 77), English publicist and economist, editor of the Economist newspaper from to his death, was born at Langport, Somerset, on the 3rd of Februaryhis father being a banker at that place. Bagehot was altogether a remarkable personality, his writings on different subjects exhibiting the same bent of mind and characteristics, - philosophic reflectiveness.

The other, definitive, edition is The Collected Works of Walter Bagehot, edited by Norman St. John-Stevas, who is the author of an informative biographical monograph, Walter Bagehot: A Study of His Life and Thought Together With a Selection from His Political Writings (Indiana University Press, ).

The fifteen-volume St. John-Stevas edition. Walter Bagehot. Editor of The Economist, Birthplace: Langport, Somerset, England Location of death: Langport, Somerset, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buri.

English economist, editor of the Economist newspaper from to his death, was born at Langport, Somerset, on the 3rd of Februaryhis father being a banker at that Born:   Walter Bagehot: a study of his life and thought together with a selection from his political writings by Walter Bagehot 3 editions - first published in Not in Library.

Bagehot's book was so readable and so remarkable that it was re-issued three times within a year, and was republished in many editions both during his lifetime and afterwards. Our choice at Econlib, after studying several editions, is to provide the main text the way it was at the end of (in Bagehot's third edition, printed within the.

John-Stevas, Walter Bagehot: A Study of His Life and Thought together with a Selection from His Political Writings (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, ), pp. ; Alistair Buchan, The Spare Chancellor: The Life of Walter Bagehot (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, ). For a more critical appraisal, see C.

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A little study of the life of Adam Smith, however, in some degree lessens the wonder; because it shows how in the course of his universal studies he came to meet with this particular train of thought, and how he came to be able to pursue it effectually. Bagehot was sent to school in Bristol, where his mother's brother-in-law, Dr.

Prichard, lived: and the influence of this relative, who wrote a book of great note on the 'Races of Man,' is visible enough in Bagehot's own subsequent writings. Stevas, Walter Bagehot: A Study of his Life and Thought together with a Selection from his Political Writings (London,), – ; Richard Crossman, ‘Introduction’ to.

Walter Bagehot. Economist, Editor (3-Feb — Mar) SUBJECT OF BOOKS. The English Constitution/9 Curiously enough, the class which in theory was omnipotent was the only class financially ill-treated.

Throughout the history of our former Parliaments the constituency could no more have originated the policy which those Parliaments selected.

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John-Stevas Bagehot, Walter, View online Borrow.The best biography of Bagehot is Alastair Buchan, The Spare Chancellor: The Life of Walter Bagehot ().

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