||Studies of the German Historical Institute London
Studies of the German Historical Institute London. ^A263261
||Introduction : rethinking Leviathan / John Brewer and Eckhart Hellmuth -- Explaining variation in early modern state structure : the cases of England and the German territorial states / Thomas Ertman -- The army and the state in Britain and Germany during the eighteenth century / John Childs -- Reasonable aims of civil society : concerns of the state in German political theory in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries / Diethelm Klippel -- Eighteenth-century Britain : in search of the state and finding the quarter sessions / J.A.W. Gunn -- Servants of the public, servants of the crown : officialdom of eighteenth-century English central government / John Brewer -- The Prussian bureaucracy reconsidered / Rudolf Vierhaus -- The state in Germany : a non-Prussian view / Sheilagh Ogilvie -- Government and administration : everyday politics in the Holy Roman Empire / Christof Dipper -- The state and the poor : eighteenth-century England in European perspective / Joanna Innes -- Manners and the eighteenth-century state : the case of the unsociable Englishman / Paul Langford -- A monument to Frederick the Great : architecture, politics, and the state in late eighteenth-century Prussia / Eckhart Hellmuth -- Reform absolutism and the codification of law : the genesis and nature of the Prussian General Code (1794) / Günter Birtsch -- Codification, consolidation, and parliamentary statute / David Lieberman.
|General note||A collection of essays originally presented at a conference which the German Historical Institute organized with the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel--Foreword.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||0199201897 (acid-free paper)|