J.S. Mill as a political philosopher

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History Today
Vol. 8, no. 1 (January 1958), p. 38-46

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In his youth hailed by Carlyle as a "new Mystic," later acclaimed by his contemporaries as the "saint of rationalism," Mill was an extraordinarily versatile writer and a man of very wide interests, who became the personification of Victorian liberal democracy and "the agnostic's equivalent of a godfather" to the infant Bertrand Russell