Tocqueville’s Two Weeks in the Wilderness
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Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859) was a French diplomat who is recognized as one of the founders of the modern sociological tradition. Central to his thinking was the relationship between equality and freedom. During a tour of the United States, Michigan’s Native Americans, settlers and natural environment impressed him deeply. His observations of a Michigan on the cusp of monumental change are the basis for this exhibit. 


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Janet Danek | Clarke Historical Library | danek1js@cmich.edu | 9897742165
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