- Title Pages
- Introduction: Traces of an Intellectual Journey
- Chapter One Reason and Power in Benjamin Franklin's Political Thought⋆
- Chapter Two William Blackstone: Teacher of Revolution⋆
- Chapter Three Constitution: Changing Meanings of the Term from the Early Seventeenth to the Late Eighteenth Century ⋆
- Chapter Four Charles A. Beard's Interpretations of American Foreign Policy ⋆
- Chapter Five The Multinational Empire Revisited: Reflections on Late Imperial Austria
- Chapter Six Ethnic Attribution in Late Imperial Austria: Good Intentions, Evil Consequences⋆
- Chapter Seven The National Compromise in the Bukovina 1909/1910⋆
- Chapter Eight Max Diamant and Jewish Diaspora Nationalism in the Bukovina⋆
- Chapter Nine The Age of Emancipation and Assimilation: Liberalism and Its Heritage⋆
- Chapter Ten An Apogee of Conversions: Gustav Mahler, Karl Kraus, and fin de siècle Vienna ⋆
- Chapter Eleven The Origins of Austrian Neutrality⋆
- Chapter Twelve Equal Rights: Equalizing the Individual's Status and the Breakthrough of the Modern Liberal State⋆
- Chapter Thirteen Liberal Democracy as a Culture of Rights: England, the United States, and Continental Europe⋆
- Chapter Fourteen Tocqueville's Understanding of “Conditions of Equality” and “Conditions of Inequality”⋆
- Chapter Fifteen The Unforgivable Sin: An Interpretation of Albert Camus' The Fall⋆
- Index of Subjects
- From Vienna to Chicago and Back
- University of Chicago Press
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