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Ticknor and Fields, Boston 1863 - VERY GOOD+ 1ST AMERICAN EDITION. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine and elaborately blindstamped boards. Tight, clean and square binding. Straight spine; book stands straight. Crisp, heavy-stock laid paper. Smooth text pages pristine and unmarred with no annotations, marks or tears; no loose pages. John Stuart Mill is considered "the most influential English-speaking philosopher of the nineteenth century." Wilson, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Mill's conception of liberty justified the freedom of the individual as opposed to unlimited state control. Mill's view is the individual ought to be free to do as he wishes unless he harms others; government should interfere when it is for the protection of society. 1863 stated. 12mo (7 3/8 in. tall); 223 pp. Spine ends creased; fore-edge tips lightly rubbed to board. Initial pages with small name plate of 1863, penciled name and graceful 1863 inscription; four corner creases; top edge with mild foxing. Well-preserved important classic of political thought by John Stuart Mill. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: EXCELSA SCRIPTA Rare & Collectible Books]
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