Does Misery Love Company? | Nessa of Two Evils

I read about Alexis de Tocqueville most memorably in my Democratic Theory module in second year. Memorable in the sense that, besides the interest I had in Athenian democracy, I only remember reading de Tocqueville's observations about American democracy in tandem with Putnam's Bowling Alone. I'm sure John Stuart Mills found his way into my reading as well, as would be expected in a study of the history of democracy, but I promise I do not remember this.


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