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By John Stuart Mill

John Stuart Mill labored for thirty-five years within the Examiner's workplace of the East India corporation, first as a junior clerk and eventually as head of the place of work. His actions there are one of the least tested points of his career.

Mill used to be a bit reluctant, as a result of his authentic place, to remark publicly at the Company's affairs, yet sometimes he placed forwards perspectives in essays and prior to parliamentary committees that alert us to big parts in his inspiration and profession. additional, while within the aftermath of the Indian Mutiny a succession of debts was once introduced ahead in parliament to abolish the Companty, Mill used to be its leader spokesman in a succession of rigorously argued pamphlets that demonstrate much more of his views.

This quantity deals the 1st chance for a fill evaluate of Mill's contribution, together with because it does the 1st reprinting of the essays, parliamentary facts, and pamphlets, and including an appendix of an annotated list and site of his despatches.

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