James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce

James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce, (10 May 1838 – 22 January 1922), was a British academic, jurist, historian, and Liberal politician. According to Keoth Robbins, he was a widely traveled authority on law, government, and history whose expertise led to high political offices culminating with his successful role as ambassador to the United States, 1907–13. His intellectual influence was greatest in ''The American Commonwealth'' (1888), an in-depth study of American politics that shaped the understanding of America in Britain and in the United States as well. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1901
Clarendon Press

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1887
Johns Hopkins University

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1888
Macmillan

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1891
Macmillan

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1889
Macmillan

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1895
Macmillan

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by Bryce, James Bryce
Published 1902
At the Clarendon Press

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by Ludlow, Henry
Published 1877
W. Maxwell & Son
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