Summarizing the American experience up to the 1830's Democracy in America explores why the republican government of the United States was succeeding when similar undertakings had failed elsewhere. Based on first hand observations, and balancing the positive and negative attributes of American culture, Alexis de Tocqueville provides a seminal analysis of the ecomic, political, cultural, and religious components that led to the resounding success of the young United States of America.
re: Organizing America: We are what we think - both individually, and as a society. Unfortunately, many of the solutions offered to today's problems are mere panaceas that are not the result of serious deliberation. Through a variety of resources, re: Organizing America seeks to engage people in serious thought about the foundations of freedom and American culture. On this basis, it will become evident that an ordered liberty is the true solution to the majority of our contemporary challenges and allow for a dialogue offering real solutions for today's problems. Our editions are lightly edited, but unabridged, in order to make these ideas accessible to the widest possible audience.
Professor Alexis De Tocqueville, Re Organizing America