Danger of Being a Gentleman and Other Essays (Essay index reprint series) ebook
by Harold J. Laski
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MORE BY Robert Gale Woolbert. Eight essays on social and political questions published between 1926 and 1938. Paywall-free reading of new articles posted daily online and almost a century of archives.
Books : DANGER BEING GENTLEMAN WORKS OF HA. An excellent and entertaining essayist, Laski's volume deals with the issues of politics and law in Europe and American . Works of Harold J. An excellent and entertaining essayist, Laski's volume deals with the issues of politics and law in Europe and American during the 1920s and 30s. It is unified by the concpetion of democracy as a society of equals sharing in a common good. Routledge, Taylor and Francis.
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According to Laski, the state is not a supreme entity, but is rather one association among many that must compete for the people's loyalty and obedience. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
Harold J. Laski, ‘The Danger of Being A Gentleman: Reflections on the Ruling Class in England ’, in The Danger of Being A Gentleman and Other Essays (London: Allen & Unwin, 1939), pp. 26–30; Stefan Collini. 26–30; Stefan Collini, Absent Minds: Intellectuals in Britain (Oxford: OUP, 2006), p. 133 observes that on many matters Laski had ‘the tastes of the average educated. Harold J. Laski, An Introduction to Politics ((London: Allen & Unwin, 1931, rev. ed. 1951), pp. 39–40.
This brilliant collection of essays by the prominent English socialist is held together by. .
This brilliant collection of essays by the prominent English socialist is held together by Professor Laski's consistency in approaching political problems from an historical and functional point of view. He shows first how the ""English Gentleman"" came to be and in so doing immediately clarifies why the ""gentleman"" no longer performs efficiently in government .