Self-Government on the Internet: Guidelines for the Private Sector
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Progress without Consent: Enlightened Centralism vis-α-vis Local Self-Government in the Towns of East Central Europe and Russia, 1764-1840 Murphy, Curtis Gordon (Georgetown University, 2011)In the eighteenth century, European rulers pursued a common policy of enlightened centralism, which assaulted the rights of self-governing corporations in the name of material, social, and economic progress. For the towns ...