An Imaginative Whig: Reassessing the Life and Thought of Edmund Burke.
Edited with an Introduction by Ian Crowe. Rather than exploring Burke's reaction to the French Revolution and his most conservative ideas, this book focuses on ways his words are still influential today in issues like multiculturalism, state-church relationships, postmodernism and relativism. Crowe, among many other qualifications, is head of the Edmund Burke Society of America. Near Fine. In mylar. The University of Missouri Press. 2005. Hb, Dj. USED. $40.00