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↑ [PDF]- Free Download & Online Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States ↑ Kindle Author David Hackett Fischer ❆ ↑ [PDF]- Free Download & Online Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States ↑ Kindle Author David Hackett Fischer ❆ Part travelogue, part geography primer, part journalistic reflection, Fischer s book is a masterly attempt to sketch and compare the historical development of the United States and New Zealand Fairness and Freedom abounds with captivating characters Mark G Spencer, Times Literary Supplement David Hackett Fischer is a gifted story teller, and he is also a skilled research technician and poser of fruitful questions Andrew Sharp, English Historical Review David Hackett Fischer has produced a highly readable comparative history of the United States and New Zealand as open societies His excellent introduction to the relative weighting of these key values in New Zealand and the United States should encourage scholars to embark on broader studies of why shared commitments to fairness and freedom have resulted in different balances in the histories of open societies Roberto Rabel, Journal of American HistoryFairness and Freedom compares the history of two open societies New Zealand and the United States with much in common Both have democratic polities, mixed enterprise economies, individuated societies, pluralist cultures, and a deep concern for human rights and the rule of law But all of these elements take different forms, because constellations of value are far apart The dream of living free is America s Polaris fairness and natural justice are New Zealand s Southern Cross Fischer asks why these similar countries went different ways Both were founded by English speaking colonists, but at different times and with disparate purposes They lived in the first and second British Empires, which operated in very different ways Indians and Maori were important agents of change, but to different ends On the American frontier and in New Zealand s Bush, material possibilities and moral choices were not the same Fischer takes the same comparative approach to parallel processes of nation building and immigration, women s rights and racial wrongs, reform causes and conservative responses, war fighting and peace making, and global engagement in our own time with similar results On another level, this book expands Fischer s past work on liberty and freedom It is the first book to be published on the history of fairness And it also poses new questions in the old tradition of history and moral philosophy Is it possible to be both fair and free In a vast array of evidence, Fischer finds that the strengths of these great values are needed to correct their weaknesses As many societies seek to become open never twice in the same way, an understanding of our differences is the only path to peace. David Hackett Fischer Brandeis University Fischer, David For scholarship see below on Intellectual Property Champlain s Dream Simon and Schuster USA Knopf Canada A French translation is in progress by Boreal Paris Montreal Liberty Freedom Oxford New York, Author of Washington Crossing University Professor Earl Warren History at His major works have tackled everything from large macroeconomic cultural trends Albion Seed, The Great Wave to narrative histories significant events Paul Revere Ride, Crossing explorations historiography Historians Fallacies, which he coined the American educator historian born December Balti, Maryland, US , whose books comparative history combined academic rigour with popular accessibility focused not only great individuals but also societies people behind wider movements that informed those accomplishments Historian Marks Years little than a half century ago, was newly minted PhD Johns Hopkins offers hand four universities, including one very young, brash institution Waltham AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID HACKETT FISCHER Right Wing Nut pulls past spreads them out before you live I got his book Ride seriousness move Revolutionary cause as if it necessity gets into icon thought processes filling background C SPAN On SPAN Networks for Department eight videos Video Library first Honoring Historian Fischer has received numerous teaching awards, Carnegie Prize Massachusetts Year, Louis Dembitz Excellence Teaching, Enterprise Institute Irving Kristol Award been honored Historical Society Donald Trump Borderers Atlantic It how described appeal Andrew Jackson other Appalachian politicians, who set pattern success centuries ago Sit Down, You re Rocking Boat York Times Feb new book, Crossing, highly realistic wonderfully readable same moment corrects all inaccuracies Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States

 

    • Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States
    • 2.3
    • 141
    • Format Kindle
    • 0199832706
    • David Hackett Fischer
    • Anglais
    • 03 July 2017

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