On Civil Liberty and Self-government
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Lieber, Francis. On Civil Liberty and Self-Government. Enlarged edition in one volume. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co.. 1859. xix, -629 pp. Reprinted 2001 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 99-056928. ISBN 1-58477-070-8. Cloth. $100. * "In these volumes Lieber presented the first systematic works on political science that appeared in America... he retains credit as a notable pioneer with wide influence in more than one generation." DAB VI:236-238. Widely read and used as a textbook, this is the best known of Lieber's work. Lieber [1800-1872], a German scholar and political activist who suffered persecution from the Prussians, was early associated with the historian Niebuhr. He immigrated to the United States in 1827, and his writings, among them an encyclopedia that was the foundation of the Encyclopedia Britannica, advanced his reputation. He became professor of history and political economy at South Carolina College, and was later appointed to the same chair in Columbia College. In 1865 he moved to Columbia Law School, where he was known to be a prominent political philosopher and consultant to the Union government, due to his influential writings on military law. Enlarged edition in one volume, having first been published in two volumes in 1853. Cohen, Bibliography of Early American Law 3369. Sabin, A Dictionary of Books Relating to America 40974. Catalogue of the Library of the Law School of Harvard University (1909) I:1176. Dictionary of American Biography VI:236-238.
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