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Harold J. Laski

a.k.a. Harold Joseph Laski

Author Code: EHJL

Born: Jun. 30, 1893 - Manchester, England

Died: Mar. 24, 1950 - London, England

Educated at Oxford University, Laski received his degree in 1914. During his years at Oxford, he formed friendships with many of the future leaders of the Labour Party. In 1916, through the influence of his friend, and future Supreme Court Justice, Felix Frankfurter, he obtained a teaching position at Harvard University where he remained for four years. During this time he published a number of works on political theory, including Studies in the Problems of Sovereignty (1917) and Authority in the Modern State (1919). In 1920, he was appointed professor in political science at the London School of Economics (LSE), a position he held until his death. His close ties to the Labour Party led to his appointment in 1939 to the National Executive. Over the years, Laski formed many lasting friendships with influential world figures, including Winston Churchill, Oliver Wendell Holmes and Franklin D. Roosevelt. His major works include Political Thought in England From Locke to Bentham (1920), Karl Marx (1921), Communism (1927), Democracy in Crisis (1933), The American Presidency (1940), Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time (1943), Faith, Reason and Civilization (1944) and The American Democracy (1948).

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EHJL002 Karl Marx - An Essay 1921 24 215k eBook Download PDF - 'Karl Marx - An Essay' (EHJL002) Find a printed copy of Karl Marx - An Essay by Harold J. Laski at AbeBooks
EHJL001 Political Thought in England From Locke to Bentham 1920 75 530k eBook Download PDF - 'Political Thought in England From Locke to Bentham' (EHJL001) Find a printed copy of Political Thought in England From Locke to Bentham by Harold J. Laski at AbeBooks
EHJL003 The Rights of Man 1940 11 156k eBook Download PDF - 'The Rights of Man' (EHJL003) Find a printed copy of The Rights of Man by Harold J. Laski at AbeBooks

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