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Economy, Polity, and Society: British Intellectual History 1750-1950, ed. Stephen Collini, Richard Whatmore and Brian Young (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2000), £14.95/$22.95, ISBN 0 521 63978 6 (pbk.). Reviewed by Gregory Claeys.<\P>

History, Religion, and Culture. British Intellectual History, 1750-1950, ed. Stephen Collini, Richard Whatmore and Brian Young (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2000), £14.95/$22.95, ISBN 0 521 62639 0 (pbk.). Reviewed by Gregory Claeys.<\P>

Stefan Sullivan, Marx for a Post-Communist Era (Routledge: London and New York, 2002), x + 191 pp., £14.99, ISBN 0 415 20193 4 (pbk.). Reviewed by Terrell Carver.<\P>

Terry Nardin, The Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott (Pennsylvania State University Press: Pennsylvania, 2001), x + 241 pp., $35, ISBN 0 271 02156 X (boards). Reviewed by Luke O'Sullivan. .<\P>

Nathan Widder, Genealogies of Difference (University of Illinois Press: Urbana and Chicago, 2002), ix + 190 pp., $29.95, ISBN 0 252 02707 8. Reviewed by Todd May. .<\P>

Maria Dimova-Cookson, T.H. Green's Moral and Political Philosophy: A Phenomenological Perspective (Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2001), x + 175 pp., £40.00, ISBN 0 333 91445 7. Reviewed by Gerald F. Gaus. .<\P>

Donald R. Kelley, The Descent of Ideas: The History of Intellectual History (Ashgate: Aldershot, UK and Burlington, VT, 2002), vii + 320 pp., £40.00, ISBN 0 7546 0776 3. Reviewed by Duncan Kelly.<\P>

David F. Ericson, The Debate over Slavery: Antislavery and Proslavery Liberalism in Antebellum America (New York: New York University Press, 2000), ix + 241 pp., $19.00, ISBN 0 8147 2213 X (pbk.). Reviewed by Douglas Jaenicke. .<\P>

Martin Kühnel, Das politische Denken von Christian Thomasius: Staat, Gesellschaft, Bürger (Duncker und Humblot: Berlin, 2001), 404 pp., Euro 81, ISBN 3 428 10260 6. Reviewed by Peter Schröder. .<\P>

The Chartist Movement in Britain 1838-1850, ed. Gregory Claeys (Pickering & Chatto: London, 2001), 6 vols.: xlii + 437 pp.; iv + 459 pp.; vi + 498 pp.; vi + 489 pp.; vi + 509 pp.; 479pp., £495.00/$795.00, ISBN 1 851 96330 8. Reviewed by Bob Purdie. .<\P>

Cynthia Halpern, Suffering, Power, Politics: A Genealogy in Modern Political Theory (State University of New York Press: Albany, 2002), 325 pp., $25.95, ISBN 0 7914 5103 8. Reviewed by Smita A. Rahman. .<\P>

Roberto Romani, National Character and Public Spirit in Britain and France 1870-1914 (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2002), ix + 348 pp., £45.00, ISBN 0 521 81000 0. Reviewed by Jeremy Jennings. .<\P>

Rodney Barker, Legitimating Identities. The Self-Presentations of Rulers and Subjects (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2001), viii + 161 pp., £13.95/$19.95, ISBN 0 521 00425 X. Reviewed by John Schwarzmantel. .<\P>

David A. Bell, The Cult of the Nation in France: Inventing Nationalism, 1680-1800 (Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, 2001), xiv + 304 pp., $45.00/£30.95, ISBN 0 674 00447 7. Reviewed by Michael P. Fitzsimmons. .<\P> >

Saba Bahar, Mary Wollstonecraft's Social and Aesthetic Philosophy: 'An >> Eve to Please Me' (Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2002), viii + 220 pp., £42.50, ISBN 0 333 97390 9. Reviewed by Daniel O'Neill. .<\P>>

Gregory Moore, Nietzsche, Biology and Metaphor (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2002), vii + 228 pp., £37.50/$55.00, ISBN 0 521 81230 5. Reviewed by Peter J. Bowler. .<\P>

Fredrik Sunnemark, An Inescapable Network of Mutuality: Discursivity and Ideology in the Rhetoric of Martin Luther King, Jr., Studies in the History of Science and Ideas (University of Gothenburg: Gothenburg, 2001), x + 475 pp., SEK 200, ISBN 91 7346 416 3. Reviewed by David Howarth. .<\P>

Rethinking France: Les lieux de mémoire, ed. Pierre Nora,Vol. 1, The State (University of > Chicago Press: Chicago and London, 2001), xl + 483 pp., £25.50, ISBN 0 226 59132 8. Reviewed by Sudhir Hazareesingh. .<\P>

Richard Whatmore, Republicanism and the French Revolution: An Intellectual History of > Jean-Baptiste Say's Political Economy (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2001), xiv + 248 pp., £40.00, ISBN 0 19 924115 5. Reviewed by Jeremy Jennings. .<\P>

Paul Laity, The British Peace Movement 1870-1914 (Clarendon Press: Oxford, 2001), ix + 270 pp., £40.00, ISBN 0 19 924835 4. Reviewed by Bob Purdie. .<\P> >
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Publication date: 2003-01-01

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